ECCO Supply recognized with the Talent Pillar Champion Award by HARDI.
December 2022, Houston, TX
On Tuesday, December 6th ECCO Supply was recognized by the Heating, Air-conditioning & Refrigeration Distributors International (HARDI) organization with the Talent Pillar Champion Award for 2022 at the Annual HARDI Conference in Houston, TX.
“This is a huge deal for us,” says Bill Davis, Vice President & General Manager of The ECCO Group™. “As an employer of choice, we will continue to invest in training and development for our people. To be recognized by HARDI as a leader in our industry shows that when you combine a commitment to continuous learning and motivated people going the extra mile, great things can happen. A big thank you to HARDI for this award.”
The HARDI Talent Pillar Champion Award is granted to companies that show continuous involvement in employee and customer development through training and sharing of best practices in the HVAC industry. “We are proud to receive this award because it celebrates our commitment to improving product and industry knowledge across our team as part of our strategy to be an employer of choice” says Natasha Tresham, ECCO’s Director of Human Resources. She adds, “Even more importantly, this achievement demonstrates our core value; Be Curious: Explore. Learn. Improve. that is being lived by our employees.”
Thanks to a wide range of online and offline training that ECCO offers, hundreds of industry professionals have gained valuable information about new trends in equipment and installations, helping deliver better service to their customers. “The HVAC industry is evolving, and as leaders, we care not only about the best products but also helping our customers succeed with the best people in the industry. That is the only way to sustain our continuous growth,” Says Ray Newstead, Canada Division Vice President. “Helping our employees and our customers succeed through training and development is a commitment we take very seriously and one that we are excited to expand in the future” concludes Davis.