Huntersville, North Carolina-based NSI Industries named John MacQuarrie President of the company’s HVAC Division, responsible for growing the division and its Duro Dyne and SUPCO brands.
MacQuarrie comes to NSI from White Distribution & Supply (WDS) where he grew and sold the business while CEO. Prior to WDS and throughout his career, he has led both manufacturing and distribution businesses serving diverse B2B channels and vertical end markets.
MacQuarrie led Ingersoll Rand’s Power Tool and Hoist North American business and earlier, Stanley Black & Decker’s Assembly Technologies business globally. He was also Global Commercial Director in Corning’s Automotive Glass business and held leadership roles for private equity-backed entities owned by TowerBrook and TPG.
“John has an extensive and impressive background in and around the market verticals NSI participates in today, which will aid him tremendously with leading NSI’s HVAC division,” said NSI CEO G. R. Schrotenboer in a Aug. 22 news release. MacQuarrie started the position Aug. 7.
On Aug. 30, NSI Industries announced that it would expand operations and services for its Building Technology division with a new facility in Ohio.