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Hotstart COVID-19 Update

Hotstart COVID-19 Update

Mär. 25, 2020

Spokane, Wash. - As the COVID-19 situation continues to impact the world, Hotstart is working to prioritize the safety and health of our employees, their families and our communities while also continuing to deliver essential products to our customers. On March 23rd, Washington State Governor Jay Inslee announced a new “Stay Home, Stay Healthy” order to close businesses except those described under “Essential Critical Infrastructure Workers”.

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HOTSTART Launches New Brand

HOTSTART Launches New Brand

Mär. 2, 2020

Spokane, Wash. March 2, 2020 – HOTSTART, a world leader in the design and manufacture of industrial heating solutions for engines and equipment since 1942, launched a new brand, logo and tagline today. “Hotstart Thermal Management” positions the company as the leader in performance-improving heating and cooling technologies that keep the world running.

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HOTSTART to Acquire Engine Heating Business from IPU Group

HOTSTART to Acquire Engine Heating Business from IPU Group

Dez. 12, 2018

Spokane, Wash. – HOTSTART announced today the agreement to purchase the engine heating business from IPU Group based in the UK. IPU Group is a master distributor of HOTSTART products and a specialist in the design, manufacture and distribution of systems for diesel and gas engine applications.

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HOTSTART selected as one of the Best Places to Work Inland Northwest

HOTSTART selected as one of the Best Places to Work Inland Northwest

Aug. 31, 2018

Spokane, Wash. – HOTSTART was recently named as one of the Best Places to Work Inland Northwest. The third annual list was created by the Spokane Journal of Business and Best Companies Group.

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HOTSTART GmbH moves to new facility in Köln Germany

HOTSTART GmbH moves to new facility in Köln Germany

Mai 23, 2018

Spokane, Wash. – HOTSTART GmbH, the European sales office for HOTSTART, has moved to a new facility in Köln, Germany. Recent expansion of the team and a desire to increase distribution from Europe drove the need to move to a more centralized location in Germany.

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