Unison Comfort Technologies Will Expand Its Minneapolis, Minnesota, Manufacturing Center
The company, headquartered at 60 28th Ave. N., said it is expanding because of increased demand for its HVAC products, which include air handling equipment, rooftop units, energy recovery systems, dehumidification units, and heating and cooling coils.
As an incentive, Minnesota Department of Employment and Economic Development is assisting with the expansion with a $400,000 grant from the Minnesota Job Creation Fund. The company will receive the funding after meeting its hiring and investment commitments.
Unison Comfort Technologies includes three businesses manufacturing HVAC units: Innovent, Valent and Precision Coils. Their products include air handling equipment, value-added packaged rooftop units, energy recovery options, dehumidification units, make-up air products, and heating/cooling coils. Unison President Jay Althof said, “We are pleased to secure this funding, which enables us to continue expanding our operations in Minnesota and revitalizing our north Minneapolis industrial neighborhood.”
“Unison Comfort Technologies is the third major HVAC company to announce expansion plans in Minnesota in the last year, joining Daikin Applied Americas Inc. in Owatonna and Price Mechanical in Maple Grove,” said DEED Commissioner Katie Clark Sieben. “This is a growing industry that is bringing high-wage jobs to the state, and we congratulate Unison Comfort Technologies on their success.”
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