TROX USA has named Edward Fruth regional sales manager for the northeast region of the United States. TROX USA is the North American subsidiary of German-based TROX GROUP, a privately held global leader in the development, manufacture and marketing of components and systems for air conditioning and ventilation.
"TROX USA has always maintained a strong presence in the Northeastern US with the support of our rep network and extensive customer base. Ed will be a great asset to the company as the demand for energy-efficient commercial HVAC systems increases in all areas of the market from office buildings to hospitals, schools and our university systems. We welcome him to TROX and look forward to continued success,” said Todd Pfahl, director of sales for TROX USA.
As a regional sales manager for TROX USA, Fruth will support the company’s sales representative network and will work with consulting engineers and architects in the region to increase the visibility of TROX USA’s energy-efficient HVAC components and systems and will educate customers on the latest “green” technology available for hospitals, schools, offices, labs and other commercial buildings. He is based out of Braintree, Massachusetts.
Fruth is a sales and management professional with a broad knowledge in the HVAC industry. With decades of sales experience in the Northeast, he is not only an expert in his field, but is uniquely qualified to expand TROX USA's customer base in the region with his strong industry contacts. Prior to joining TROX USA, Fruth held the position of Northeast Regional Sales Manager for Daikin McQuay and District Sales Manager for Johnson Controls, Inc.
TROX USA, with offices and manufacturing facilities in Cumming, Georgia, provides innovative and energy efficient heating, ventilating and air-conditioning solutions for non-residential buildings, including offices, schools, hospitals, labs and performing arts facilities. The company’s wide-range of HVAC products includes chilled beams, underfloor air distribution and displacement ventilation systems.
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Melanie M. Ham