Tightly sealed air-handling systems helping fill industry need (video)
Looking to take advantage of demand for quality HVAC systems, VTS, which has its roots in Poland, expanded to the United States two years ago. The company settled in Buford, Georgia, just north of Atlanta.
Its double-walled units are key to improving indoor air quality in a number of commercial applications, including apartment buildings, sports stadiums, restaurants and hotels.
After building its base in Europe over nearly a quarter century and becoming the region leader in manufacturer and reseller of air handling equipment, VTS has since expanded its reach to five continents. All told, there are more than 630,000 VTS HVAC units in use worldwide.
One of VTS’ key selling points, besides its products, is that the company allows customers to access its lineup online. Through that site, they can peruse the products, place an order and have it delivered to a designated location in one week.
VTS relies on a series of regional assembly hubs, which collectively can manufacture nearly 300 air handling units a day, to execute its just-in-time production and logistics network.
The company capitalizes on innovative technologies in the fields of design engineering, production and logistics.
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