Hudson Technologies sets up $1M facilities in Cataño

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hudson-techHudson Technologies, a provider of solutions to recurring problems within the refrigeration industry, has incorporated Puerto Rico in its strategic plans by setting up Caribbean facilities in Cataño.

After an investment of more than $1 million, Hudson Technologies recently opened and renovated a new 20,000 square-foot facility designed to meet the future needs of this successful and growing company, which has doubled its sales in Puerto Rico since opening in December 2015.

With five locations across North America and 25 years of service, Hudson Technologies is the largest in its field, and is a leading national provider with global capabilities.

In addition to offering a wide range of refrigerants available for same day delivery, Hudson Technologies is dedicated to the purchase and recycling of more than 20 different used refrigerants, which makes them the largest refrigerant reclaimer in the region.

Currently, Hudson Technologies is the only EPA certified company in Puerto Rico to reclaim and process refrigerant. Moreover, from its laboratory on the island, it provides customers full service refrigerant analysis for purity, moisture, and oil levels.

The company perceives its physical and business establishment in Puerto Rico as a key factor to support its planned expansion into Latin America and the Caribbean.

During his visit to the island, Brian Coleman, president of Hudson Technologies, said, “our Puerto Rico facility is a valuable and productive asset which expands our geographic reach and enhances our infrastructure and capacity. We believe our presence in Puerto Rico is strategically important to our growth and we are pleased with the initial success of this location.”

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