Management & Operations

KODA Enterprises Group acquires Bus Air Manufacturing

Posted on October 6, 2017

KODA Enterprises Group, through its portfolio company ProAir Holdings, announced the acquisition of Bus Air Manufacturing from Owner/Founder Anthony Woods.

“We are delighted that Tony Woods will continue in his capacity as president/CEO of Bus Air,” said Bill Karol, president of KODA Enterprises. “He has an exceptional team, who along with Tony, will be responsible for the day-to-day operations of Bus Air.”

Woods; Dave Oberdorff, president/CEO of American Cooling Technologies, which is also a part of ProAir Holdings; and Dennis Mitchell, president/CEO of ProAir LLC will now join forces and represent the most seasoned and knowledgeable professionals in the industry offering the widest range of engineering, product, and service in the industry.

KODA’s involvement with the specialty HVAC and bus heating and air conditioning markets dates back over 20 years with its acquisition in 1997 of ProAir and the acquisition of ACT in 2012.

The combined companies have manufacturing plants in York, Pa.; Elkhart, Ind.; and Rhome, Texas and installation and service facilities in Tulsa, Okla.; Conway, Ark.; and Rancho Cucamonga, Calif.

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