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Mobile Climate Control opens microchannel aluminum coil facility

Posted on October 22, 2015

Mobile Climate Control (MCC) invested more than $3.5 million in new state-of-the-art production capabilities to be able to deliver own in-house designed and manufactured microchannel aluminum heat exchangers to ensure exceptional performance, the highest quality and short lead times.

The investment in Mississauga, Ontario in Canada brings manufacturing and jobs back to North America from Asia while also increasing MCC’s competitiveness as a leading global HVAC provider to the commercial vehicle industry.

“This investment is a strategic move that strengthens our vertical integration to ensure MCC stays ahead of its competition for many years to come. It also shows our owners dedication to and trust in MCC,” said Clas Gunneberg, CEO of MCC Group.

MCC has the industry’s most extensive and competitive product portfolio and microchannel aluminum coils is a core component in many of the products.

“The ability to manufacture these types of heat exchangers in-house is key to support our product development strategy. It will allow us to move the technology forward and maximize the performance in our products,” said Eric Weiss, group VP, product development.

Access to very efficient supply chains is key to success within the global HVAC industry and this investment allows MCC to take full control of yet another key component of the HVAC system.

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