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ECCO Supply Announces Transitions

Norm Grusnick has retired after 24 years of service. Three management appointments were announced.

ECCO Supply of Canada announced management transitions. 

Norm Grusnick, sales manager, retired as of December 2018. He joined ECCO Supply in April, 1994, with the ECCO Manufacturing Division, where he utilized his engineering qualifications to help grow product awareness, including awareness of ECCODUCT.™

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Norm Grusnick

In 2013, Grusnick assumed a management role in the commercial sales department of ECCO's Burnaby branch. There, he was instrumental in transitioning their team of sales and estimators into an industry-leading Bid & Spec department.

Bobby Yu is ECCO Supply's new commercial sales manager.

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Bobby Yu


Bill Davis was named ECCO Supply's new director of sales branch operations, effective August 2018.

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Bill Davis

Davis's background includes executive positions with a number of the world's largest HVAC manufacturers, during which time he specialized in creating long term strategy, implementing organization and process change, and integrating new systems and assignments. 

Kevin Locke was appointed director of procurement for ECCO Heating Products in November 2018. He comes to ECCO with more than 15 years of management and corporate experience. He served as an executive with CHC Helicopter, working in its corporate headquarters and leading its global tax function in more than 30 countries. 


Kevin Locke

In this role, Locke will be working with all corporate buying positions including customs and freight, vendor management, steel purchasing, as well as corporate marketing. 

ECCO Supply™ offers heating, ventilation and air conditioning professionals a broad range of materials, products and technical knowledge. Locations across Canada include fully stocked warehouses, elaborate displays and showrooms presenting the best possible solutions to customer needs.  



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