Panasonic Selects O'Connor Company for Midwest VRF Distribution

O’Connor Company has a legacy of providing superior products, service and support to multi-family, senior living, student housing, medical facility and lodging customers.

NEWARK, NJ (May 6, 2019) – Panasonic announced that O’Connor Company, a wholesaler for heating, ventilation and air conditioning equipment and parts, has become a Panasonic distributor of VRF equipment to customers in Kansas, Oklahoma, Missouri, Nebraska and Iowa.

Founded in 1920, O’Connor Company has a legacy of providing superior products, service and support to multi-family, senior living, student housing, medical facility and lodging customers. As a subsidiary of Munch’s Supply, an award-winning distributorship, the company is committed to superior customer service, which is what attracted the team to Panasonic.

“When O’Connor Company identified the need to align with a VRF manufacturer to service our commercial customer base, Panasonic’s commitment and excitement truly differentiated the company,” said Greg Borr, president, O’Connor Company. “After we visited one of Panasonic’s training facilities, our team felt right at home and immediately knew Panasonic was the right fit for us. Our experience working with Panasonic has truly been second to none.”

“Panasonic is thrilled to work with O’Connor Company to expand our reach in the Midwest. O’Connor Company’s team of trusted HVAC specialists will provide everything from new construction to maintenance to replacement services, enabling customers to have a first-rate experience coupled with a superior Panasonic solution,” said Allan Dziwoki, vice president and general manager, Panasonic Appliances Air-Conditioning North America. “With O’Connor Company’s significant market share in the Midwest, we’re excited about where the collaboration will take us.”

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