Tencarva Ranked in ‘Big 50’

12.07.2006

Tencarva Machinery Company, an engineered sales specialty distributor with its corporate office in Greensboro, N.C., has been ranked 48th recently by the national publication, Industrial Distribution, in its “Big 50” list of top U.S. headquartered distributors, based on sales and earnings.

The publication indicated that most of the “Big 50” companies reported record sales and earnings, and Tencarva was no exception. Rod Lee, Tencarva’s president, says, “Tencarva Machinery Company enjoyed good growth in 2005 as the industrial economy rebounded to some degree. Our total sales were more than 7% above the same period in 2004. Total income was almost 10% ahead of last year.”

Tencarva’s 2005 sales reached $105 million through the efforts of more than 220 employees in the 23 branch offices in the eight states where Tencarva operates. Lee points to an increase in the compressor sales as the general economy became stronger.

Ed Pearce, Tencarva controller, explains, “We are honored to be selected for this ranking. Our 2006 projections are in line with the figures achieved last year. Tencarva recently acquired the Municipal Division of emoryWilson in Greensboro, N.C., which has significantly increased the company’s territory for municipal pump sales as well as for residential and small subdivision wastewater packages.”

Tencarva Machinery Company is a distributor specializing in liquid process, compressed air, vacuum equipment and custom-designed systems for the industrial and municipal marketplace. Tencarva is dedicated to providing the highest quality process machinery, coupled with superior customer service and integrity.

Founded in 1978, Tencarva Machinery is committed to providing superior service by supplying innovative engineering assistance, professional equipment selection, competitive deliveries and parts availability, and preventive maintenance and repair services to all its customers. Tencarva has 23 branches in eight states, including Arkansas, Florida, Maryland, Mississippi, North Carolina, South Carolina, Tennessee and Virginia.

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