In 1933, nine plumbing and heating companies in Montreal hoped to replace timeworn unethical practices and faulty distribution methods with sound and orderly merchandising and marketing practices. They realized the opportunity "low business" volume offered in providing corrective measures to the industry. So, they devised a plan to serve the best interests of both those in the industry and the public. As a result, the Canadian Institute of Plumbing & Heating was created.
Women in industry - Exclusive roundtable interview centers on challenges females face in the PHCP-PVF supply chain, how to attract more women into the industry and the value of ASA's Women in Industry Division. Check out the rest articles in April's Issue.