McQuay acquires New York service company
August 1, 2006
McQuay International has purchased Scottsville, N.Y.-based John A. Trubee Co. The HVAC equipment service company will now be known as Trubee-McQuay Factory Service.
Terms of the deal were not disclosed.
"McQuay is proud to acquire a company that puts a premium on service to owners of industrial, commercial and institutional HVAC and process cooling equipment," said Ron Hanlon, vice president of service for McQuay. "Trubee-McQuay Factory Service is a valued addition to our growing global factory service organization."
According to McQuay, when John Trubee founded his company 25 years ago, he envisioned an organization that focused on reliable and cost-effective service and repair of absorption chillers, low-pressure centrifugal chillers and associated support systems. By 1992, the HVAC service market made many changes due to new environmental regulations and changes in machine design. Trubee continually adapted to the changes in the market and used McQuay products for replacement equipment in the field.
Trubee-McQuay Factory Service will continue to provide maintenance and service solutions for HVAC equipment for customers in the New York area, including the cities of Rochester, Syracuse, Utica and Elmira.