Carrier Transicold’s Dealers of the Year announced

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ATHENS, Ga. — Carrier Transicold named its 2013 North American and Latin American Dealers of the Year at its recent annual meeting. 
The big winners were CT Power of Commerce City, Colo., and Frio Servicio de Monterrey S.A. de C.V. of Monterrey, Nuevo León, Mexico, respectively.
Canada was also a winner at the event. Central Transport Refrigeration of Winnipeg, Manitoba took home the “Extra Mile” award for their outstanding customer service. 
“Our Dealer of the Year recipients and Extra Mile winner epitomize the significant progress our dealer network has made in enhancing training levels, increasing parts availability and improving processes that result in superior customer support,” said Tom Spencer, dealer network manager, Carrier Transicold.
This is CT Power’s second Dealer of the Year Award since it became a Carrier Transicold dealership in 1986. The Latin America Dealer of the Year Award is Frio Servicio’s third since its was founded in 1988.
“Exceptional teamwork and ongoing investment in technology, training and products has helped propel Friser to its present leadership position in the northeastern Mexico region,” said Jesús Estrada, Carrier Transicold managing director, Latin America. “Friser has built a solid reputation for its ability to respond to customer needs in a highly demanding market.”
Carrier Transicold also awarded individuals for their outstanding year. Mark Miller of Coast Truck Centers, Troutdale, Ore., was named Dealer Sales Manager of the Year; Doug Shaver of Carrier Transicold South, Lake City, Ga., was Dealer Parts Manager of the Year; and Dave Lake of Carrier Transicold of Detroit, Lincoln Park, Mich., was named Dealer Service Manager of the Year.
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