Carrier heating and cooling systems have been manufactured in the United States for more than a century. Willis Carrier invented modern air conditioning in 1902. The first manufacturing plant was opened in 1920 in Newark, N.J. By 1930, the company moved to Syracuse, where it continued to grow and expand for many years. When the company was acquired by United Technologies Corp. in 1979, the Syracuse facility was downsized and manufacturing was moved to a variety of domestic and international locations. Each facility specializes in a particular aspect of the Carrier heating and cooling systems. The Indianapolis location manufactures residential and commercial furnaces. Heat pumps and condensing units are made at the Colliersville,Tenn., facility. Residential and commercial condensing and package units come from Tyler,Texas. The Charlotte, N.C., plant produces accessories and chillers. Carrier’s headquarters is in Farmington, Conn. This $13 billion operation now has a global presence and does business in 170 countries on six continents. There are 67 manufacturing facilities around the world. Carrier has always been the innovative leader in heating and cooling systems and that continues with its commitment to manufacturing earth-friendly products. Since 1994 the company has been the leader in eliminating the use of ozone damaging refrigerants. The manufacturing facilities, here in America and in locations around the world, are designed to use available green technologies. The evaporator coil plant in Mexico was specifically built as a “green” building. Carrier heating and cooling systems are built to meet quality standards in each of the manufacturing locations here or in other countries. For more information about Carrier products or heating and cooling services, contact us at Senica Air Conditioning, Inc..
Where Are Carrier Heating and Cooling Systems Manufactured?
Sep 18, 2013 | Blogs