Plumber Industry News: July 2020

A roundup of recent industry news exclusively for plumbing professionals

Sewer Equipment announces new dealers
Sewer Equipment announced its newest full-line dealers: Brown Equipment Company in Indiana, Ohio and Kentucky, and MSC Equipment in Virginia. Since 1968, Brown Equipment Co. has proven to be a knowledgeable resource for sales, parts and service in both the government and private sectors, focusing on street and sewer maintenance equipment. With a history dating back to 1934, the Municipal Sales Co., now MSC Equipment, operates a full service center with in-stock parts and accessories in Oilville, Virginia.

Caleffi announces Pepco Sales and Marketing as new rep
Caleffi announced Pepco Sales and Marketing as its representative for Texas, Oklahoma, Louisiana and Arkansas. Pepco will sell and support Caleffi’s entire line of engineered components for hydronic heating, plumbing, and heat metering systems. With its 55 years of experience, Pepco Sales brings technical knowledge and services to its customers, including the MEP community, distribution partners and contractors, at every stage of the construction cycle. 

Chicago Faucets welcomes Chris Downey
Chicago Faucets welcomed Chris Downey to the sales team as Southeast Region commercial sales manager. Downey will be responsible for directing the activities of the independent sales representatives in the Southeast Region to support the overall revenue goals of the company, as well as managing and maintaining key customer relationships. He studied at of the University of Toledo and has certification in various plumbing, HVAC, and geothermal disciplines and will be based out of his home office in Luckey, Ohio.

Mike Fischer
Mike Fischer

Armstrong names new commercial director and U.S. leader
Building technology industries veteran Mike Fischer has joined Armstrong Fluid Technology as commercial director and country leader, U.S. In this role he will be responsible for all sales and sales support functions for the United States and will report directly to Global Commercial Director, Building Business Joachim Schulz. In his 29 years with Honeywell he held several executive management positions with the company’s Building Technologies, Building Products and Life Safety divisions. Most recently, he served as global HBS service sales leader with Honeywell Building Solutions.


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