Dynatemp International, Inc. Opens New Warehouse Facility

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Dynatemp Expands Warehousing Operations to North Carolina

Mechanicsburg, PA – June 29, 2017 – Dynatemp International, Inc. (Dynatemp), a privately held supplier of HCFC and HFC refrigerants and refrigerant services has opened a 40,000 sq. ft. distribution center located in Clayton, NC.

The new location is central to Dynatemp’s east coast customer base and resides along Interstate 95, a major east coast roadway.  Dynatemp’s distribution operations are lead by Vice President of Logistics, Carol Hippensteel.

“Adding a new warehouse facility located in North Carolina allows Dynatemp to better service its east coast customers.  The anticipated impact of added capacity is increased fulfillment rates, improved quality control and lower freight costs.  All of which remain key performance metrics of our organization.” Carol stated.  “North Carolina is a state known for its business-friendly climate, culture, and adherence to similar principals in which our organization was founded and continues to operate.”

For more information about Dynatemp International, Inc. or to learn more, visit dynatempintl.com.

About Dynatemp International, Inc.
Dynatemp International, Inc. is a privately held supplier of refrigerants, refrigerant recovery services and cooling components founded in 1983.  Dynatemp has locations in Arizona, North Carolina and Pennsylvania serving an HVAC/R wholesale customer base of 550+ companies representing over 4,100 HVAC/R wholesale locations nationwide. Dynatemp offers the HVAC/R market a portfolio of products, services and market intelligence that is designed to increase long-term profitability, customer loyalty and environmental stewardship.

Visit dynatempintl.com to learn more.


Look Out – Counterfeit Refrigerants Could Cause Your AC To Go Out

In local news –

Dynatemp was featured in a local news story on WNCN.com RALEIGH, N.C.

As stated in this feature story, “As the most common refrigerant for air conditioning units becomes more scarce and expensive, counterfeit refrigerants are flooding the market.

Those fake refrigerants are posing a safety issue for you as well as a danger that they could ruin your entire air conditioning system.”

Click here to read the complete story.

Australia Passes HFC Phase-Down Legislation

The Australian government has passed legislation to phase down HFCs from 2018 and deliver an 85% reduction by 2036.

Parliament House, Canberra, Australia

As stated in an article on Ammonia21.com, In a demonstration of its commitment to achieving its Montreal Protocol obligations, the Australian government has successfully passed a bill to amend the existing Ozone Protection and Synthetic Greenhouse Gas Management (OPSGGM) Act by adding an HFC phase-down plan.

The Coalition Government’s early action on passing this legislation demonstrates our continued international leadership and will constitute a significant domestic [greenhouse gas] emissions reduction of up to 80 million tonnes.
– Environment and Energy Minister Josh Frydenberg


Read full story at Ammonia21.com/


Garden Grove Businessman Suspected of Importing Ozone-Depleting Chemical

In a recent news post by The Orange County Register;
A Garden Grove man was arraigned Monday, June 19, on an indictment that charges him with illegally importing a highly regulated, ozone-depleting chemical under false pretenses, authorities said.

Ozone Depletion

Mahmoud Alkabbani, 63, imported R-22, a refrigerant gas and class II ozone-depleting substance in cylinders bearing a counterfeit “Glacier” trademark, according to a statement from the United States Attorney’s Office for the Central District of California.

According to the indictment, Alkabbani entered into an agreement with a Chinese company to purchase R-22. The 2013 contract with the Chinese company listed the product as R-134a, which is not regulated by the Clean Air Act and does not deplete the ozone layer. A second, secret agreement called for the company to sell R-22 to Alkabbani…

Read for story at The Orange County Register