BUFFALO, N.Y. (October 27, 2020) – API Heat Transfer today announced that it has restructured the company into three business units to better meet the needs of its diverse customer base. The new market-focused units are Engine Cooling, Industrial, and Thermal Transfer Products (TTP). Each business unit will be led by a Vice President/General Manager who will oversee the respective operations, sales and engineering departments.
“Our new corporate structure enables an intense focus on our customers specific to the markets that each business unit operates in. This will enhance the value in products, services and operational excellence that API can bring to them,” said Stephen Rennie, CEO of API Heat Transfer. “It allows API to leverage our industry knowledge and experience for continued product innovation and position our markets for growth in 2021 and beyond.”
While the new corporate structure changes how API operates, customers are encouraged to reach out to their regular API contacts as most customer-facing API employees will stay aligned with their respective customers. Contact information for API employees will remain the same.
Rennie added, “API is excited about these changes, and we expect our new customer-focused structure to streamline decision-making and deliver tremendous benefits to our customers.”
Founded in 1947, API Heat Transfer is a global leader in the design and manufacture of a wide range of specialty heat exchangers and heat transfer solutions. Its product lineup meets the needs of virtually every industrial market. Headquartered in Buffalo, New York, the company employs more than 1,200 people worldwide and operates 10 facilities in four countries.
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