Goettl takes over Moore in a bid to dominate Las Vegas air conditioning market

In the takeover speech, both Ken Goodrich, CEO of Goettl Air Conditioning and Bill Moore, president of Moore Air Conditioning showed enthusiasm in the move. In his par, Ken noted that Moore brings in over 300 years of human capital and experience and 50 years of history and organizational culture. On the other hand, Bill pointed out that working together with Goettl gives the firm an impetus to continue with a vibrant residential service delivery.

Goettl Air Conditioning was started by Goettl brothers Gust and Adam. Goettl’s fortunes plummeted in the sixties and by 1968, it folded its Las Vegas operations. It was not until 2007 that Ken Goodrich bought the company and returned it to his homeland. In the recent move, one that seeks to acquire extensive knowledge, experience and culture, but also one that aims to identify talent and nurture future careers, Ken envisions Goettl to be the market leader.

Ken Goodrich has eyes set on the College of Southern Nevada air condition technology program for fresh graduate trainee programs that will provide recruitment requirements for the company. Presently, the company seeks to add over 100 new employees. The graduate program is a goodwill program stemming from the J Duncan Goodrich Air Conditioning Technology Program in the College. Goodrich also supports a Veteran HVAC Employment Program seeking to offer employment for veterans.

The massive recruitment needs are inevitable as the company expects to increase operations by 50% by the end of 2017 something that the board acknowledges requires a prudent approach to execute safely. The acquisition of Moore Air Conditioning is part jigsaw in the strategy. In his words, Ken envisions Goettl as the firm that will offer the best technicians in the industry.
Goettl Air Conditioning also provides a rich online platform through to provide their customers with better services.