MaxxAir successfully continues to join Airxcel family

Dec 18, 2012, 20:51 PM by User Not Found
As Airxcel continues to integrate MaxxAir Vent Corporation into its family, the transition has proven to be a smooth one. After successfully co-exhibiting at this year's RVIA, Airxcel will further promote and support MaxxAir products to the fullest extent.

As Airxcel continues to integrate MaxxAir Vent Corporation into its family, the transition has proven to be a smooth one.  After successfully co-exhibiting at this year's RVIA, Airxcel will further promote and support MaxxAir products to the fullest extent.

The fan cover manufacturer has now completed its move from Tampa, Florida to Airxcel's facility in Wichita, Kansas.  However, MaxxAir's St. Louis, Missouri aftermarket distribution center and Elkhart, Indiana OEM distribution center will remain open.

"It's been a smooth transition for both companies so far," said Pierre Briglio, Airxcel RV Group VP of sales & marketing.  "MaxxAir is a great addition to Airxcel and we're looking forward to helping the business grow."

MaxxAir is the industry leader in RV ventilation.  The company's louvered vent cover has sold more than two million units since its creation.

In addition to MaxxAir, Airxcel is also parent company to Coleman-Mach RV air conditioners and Suburban water heaters, furnaces and cooking appliances.  The Marvair division of Airxcel offers a wide portfolio of air conditioners and heat pumps.

Contact MaxxAir, PO Box 4020, Wichita, KS  67204, USA.  316-832-3400; Fax: 316-832-3493.  rvpsupport@airxcel.com;  www.maxxair.com.

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