TMI Climate Solutions Canada inaugurates its first manufacturing facility
Pointe-Claire, Québec, June 13, 2016 – TMI Climate Solutions Canada, Inc., a leading manufacturer of custom air-handling equipment, advanced hydronic systems and custom-engineered HVAC solutions, inaugurates today its first manufacturing plant in Canada.
“We are very thrilled to officially inaugurate today our 200,000-square-foot, state-of-the-art facility in Pointe-Claire”, said Sham Ahmed, President and General Manager of TMI Climate Solutions Canada. “Our $45M investment will create more than 250 jobs over the next three years, allowing TMI to increase its global manufacturing and export capacity. Our new Montréal facility not only reinforces TMI‘s leadership in custom-engineered HVAC systems, but it also sets the stage for enhancing the product offering with a wider variety of air handling units.” read more...
TMI Climate Solutions welcomes a new subsidiary
TMI Climate Solutions welcomes a new subsidiary, TMI Climate Solutions Canada, Inc. The Company also announced that it has completed a new 200,000 square foot, state-of-the-art manufacturing plant in Pointe-Claire (Montreal), Quebec.TMI’s new Canadian subsidiary and plant, which became fully operational in early 2016, significantly augments the design and production capacity of TMI Climate Solution’s U.S. plant in Holly, Michigan, which was recently expanded to 157,000 square feet of manufacturing space. read more...
New DX Condensing Units
TMI Climate Solutions manufactures a complete line of Custom Refrigeration Units as a solution for your HVAC needs. Our refrigeration units are a combination of different types of compressors, heat rejection circuits, heating and cooling coils, and integrated controls. They are designed for singular and modular arrangements, that easily split into sections for shipment, and reattachment in the field.
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TMI Celebrates "Bring your child to Work Day"
In April, TMI had its "Bring Your Child to Work Day". Over 30 children, ages 5 to 18, from TMI families participated in the event. Applications were filled out and many activities ensued, including: a grand shop tour, learning air properties by building a water bottle car powered by air in balloon, wiring a computer fan to toggle switch and to battery pack, made a name tag on our laser machine, sugar cube air house design, and lava lamps in test tubes.