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Technicold plans headquarters expansion

Technicold by Northern Lights is planning to expand operations to a larger facility in the greater Fort Lauderdale area later this year.

The new facility will house Technicold's corporate headquarters, as well as on-site sales, engineering and manufacturing operations.

"We are excited to announce that increased market opportunities have put us in a position to relocate our Technicold operations to a larger facility that will better enable us to produce the highest quality marine systems in the marketplace today," said Colin Puckett, Northern Lights sales and marketing manager, in a statement.

"This signals to us that the market recognizes the value of the Technicold product line being backed by the expertise and reputation of Northern Lights and is looking for better solutions for their air-conditioning, refrigeration and electrical-load management needs," he added.

Technicold offers a line of chilled-water air-conditioning systems from 24,000 to 180,000 BTU. The company also manufactures chilled-water air handlers, direct expansion systems, seawater refrigeration systems, and automatic load banks exclusively for the marine market.

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