Technicold Seeks Sales and Service Dealers

Wednesday, March 25, 2009

Technicold by Northern Lights is actively seeking to add authorized marine air conditioning and refrigeration sales and service dealers across the globe. Founded as Rich Beers Marine, Inc. in Fort Lauderdale, Fla. in 1981, Technicold by Northern Lights is dedicated to producing high quality marine climate control systems

Technicold’s product line includes a comprehensive line of chilled water, direct expansion and self-contained air conditioning systems from 16,000 to 180,000 BTUs; heavy-duty air handlers (with optional heating elements) and other systems such as fresh air make-up systems, refrigerated sea water systems and hold-over plates. Custom-engineered systems are available in a variety of categories and applications, with new products being actively designed such as load bank systems for optimal generator performance and larger chilled-water systems for megayacht and large commercial projects.

Qualified candidates should be able to perform sales, installation, service and maintenance on refrigeration and air conditioning systems, associated electrical systems and be licensed to work with Freon and associated chemicals.

Benefits to approved dealers include the right to sell Technicold quality units and parts and to perform installations, aftermarket service and warranty work at an approved dealer rate. Dealers can also be assured of full factory technical and customer service support from both Northern Lights and Technicold headquarters.

Northern Lights’ network of factory authorized generator and engine dealers numbers over 300 and stretches around the globe. Interested applicants for a Technicold dealership should contact marketing@northern-lights.com for more information. Please be sure to provide an outline of your current air conditioning and refrigeration capabilities, including any product lines currently represented.

(www.technicold.com)

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