According to Eric Simms, spokesman for Worldwide Industrial, the Washington state HVAC equipment directory will include offerings for various ducting, furnaces, heating systems, air filters and filtration products, air conditioning units, AC systems, fans, chillers, dust collectors, cooling systems, building insulation, commercial and industrial air conditioners, cleanroom equipment, ventilation, electric duct heaters, sheetmetal ducts, portable heaters, control valves, sensors and instrumentation as well as a broad variety of other HVAC equipment and supplies.
Worldwide Industrial also provides access to additional offerings for HVAC products and services on its geo-targeted international directories at:
Simms said manufacturing managers, plant maintenance personnel, facility engineers and other professionals and companies in the state of Washington as well as nationwide looking to buy or sell heating, ventilation and air conditioning equipment for commercial and industrial applications are able to post and explore offerings to buy and sell a wide range of HVAC products, services and solutions through the Worldwide Industrial network.
"Companies in need of new, used or refurbished HVAC equipment will find hundreds of domestic and international manufacturers, exporters, distributors and service providers on Worldwide Industrial able to meet their needs," said Simms. He concluded, "The guide also provides suppliers of heating and cooling equipment the opportunity to connect with prospective customers throughout Washington as well as national and overseas markets."
About Worldwide Industrial Marketplace
Worldwide Industrial Marketplace is a US-Asia and Middle East Industrial Directory and Marketplace dedicated in developing trading partnerships among manufacturers, exporters and importers of industrial products throughout the United States, Asia and the Middle East at http://www.worldwideindustrialmarketplace.com.
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