In this latest issue of The Cooling Journal, we shine the spotlight on longtime NARSA member David Bienvenu of Radiator Service Co based in Louisiana. You can also read more on what you can expect at our in-person 2021 Fall Conference in Grapevine, Texas.
TitanX’s history involves several different companies. Its roots go back to 1895 when JW Thorell, a Swedish blacksmith, started his own business in Linköping. Then, in 1914, the Gabrielson Car Parts Company opened in Jamestown, New York. Another plant was founded in 1953 in Mjällby, Sweden. Those three plants were eventually acquired by Blackstone, then Valeo. Then TitanX was born in 2008. TitanX’s headquarters are in Sweden. There are also facilities in Brazil, Mexico, and China as well as Jamestown, New York. It was the Jamestown, New York facility that was the headquarters of Blackstone Cooperation that consolidated these factories in Sweden under one umbrella. There are roughly 1,000 TitanX employees worldwide.
Nominations are now open for candidates seeking election to the Board of Directors of NARSA/IDEA – The International Heat Transfer and Diesel Emissions Association. The Board is responsible for setting policy, reviewing programs, developing projects and approving budgets for sustaining the overall financial health of the organization. The Board provides for the direction of staff and association resources to accomplish the objectives of the organization.
It is a new dawn for the United States as we get back to enjoying some of the things we have missed for the last year and a half. We have weathered the storm and hopefully the rest of the world is right behind us. With summer comes an increase in travel, vacations, products and services which all equate to an increase in business. Hopefully your business is positioned to be able to capitalize on a re-energized economy.
We are excited to announce a photo calendar for 2022 featuring NARSA/IDEA members from ALL over the world! It's your time to shine! Email your submissions to email@example.com by August 15 to be considered.