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MORSCO, Inc. (“MORSCO”), a Fort Worth, Texas-based distributor of commercial and residential plumbing products; heating and cooling equipment (HVAC); pipe, valves and fittings (PVF); and underground utility products, has named Mike Swedick President of the company’s Plumbing Division.
Winston-Salem, N.C. based plumbing supply company; Murray Supply Company hosted a company wide Recognition Dinner at the Grand Pavilion Ballroom of the Downtown Winston-Salem Embassy Suites on March 4, 2017. The dinner is hosted annually by Murray Supply to recognize the employees and their accomplishments of the previous year.
Fort Worth, TX – September 14, 2015 – MORSCO, a Fort Worth-based distributor of commercial and residential plumbing, heating and cooling equipment (HVAC), and pipe, valves and fittings (PVF), has acquired substantially all of the assets of Murray Supply Company (“Murray Supply”), a leading plumbing supply company based in North Carolina. The new locations will continue to operate as Murray Supply Company, a MORSCO Company.
Like any year, the year 2015 will be filled with many notable birthdays and anniversaries. Elvis Presley would have celebrated his 80th birthday in 2015, and Bob Marley would have reached his 70th. America has now seen 10 years since Hurricane Katrina, and it has been 55 years since movie goers were first terrified by Alfred Hitchcock’s Psycho. 2015 will bring along a major milestone for Murray Supply Company also - their 50th anniversary.
Murray Supply Company was honored to be the host site for the North Carolina Plumbing and Mechanical Association’s (NCPMA) 1st Quarter Board Meeting. The meeting was held on Friday, January 17, 2014 at the Corporate Offices of Murray Supply Company in downtown Winston-Salem. The featured guest speaker of the meeting was United States Senator Richard Burr. Senator Burr spoke to the NCPMA board members about several of the pressing political issues in Washington D.C., and also spoke of issues that are important to the respective industry. Some of these issues included early education and training of trade laborers, the future of healthcare in relation to employees, salary/wages of skilled workers, and the increasing importance of North Carolina to continue to produce talented workers in these fields.