Technicold by Northern Lights names global sales director


Technicold by Northern Lights, a marine heating, ventilation, air conditioning and refrigeration systems manufacturer, named 25-year industry veteran Shaun Hall global sales director.

Hall spent the last five years as national sales manager for Marvair in Florida. He has also been sales manager at Pompanette and in management roles at SportCraft Boats and Donzi Marine.

“Technicold is very pleased to add Shaun Hall to our team of HVAC experts,” Northern Lights vice president of sales and marketing Colin Puckett said in a statement. "Shaun not only has a thorough working knowledge of HVACR systems in the marine sector, he also brings a strong boatbuilding background to the table. This gives our customers a highly qualified collaborator at the supplier level. Shaun understands our clients’ unique challenges and will strive to provide customized solutions at every turn.”

Hall will lead the growth and development of Technicold’s business across all territories and market segments, with a specific focus on increasing brand awareness worldwide. He will be based at the company’s headquarters in Deerfield Beach, Fla.


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