Posted May 8, 2023

HD Compression named Ingersoll Rand distributor for Quebec

Ingersoll Rand announced it is partnering with HD Compression, Montreal, Canada, which will offer reciprocating, rotary and centrifugal compressors along with a full suite of Ingersoll Rand’s air treatment equipment, replacement parts and CARE offerings in the province of Quebec.

HD Compression is led by long-time Ingersoll Rand employee, Al Giffen, who is now president of HD Compression.

The partnership will allow customers in Quebec access to a compressed air products and services provider that will ensure that their compressed air systems operate reliably and as efficiently as possible. Customers will also have the full support of Ingersoll Rand, its products and resources.

“Al Giffen has a proven track record in the compressed air industry in Quebec and shares Ingersoll Rand’s values,” said Ben Ward, director of distribution, Ingersoll Rand. “We are pleased to have Al leading this initiative and are confident that HD Compression will provide spectacular customer service to our existing and new customers. Al’s knowledge, expertise and 25 years in the industry make him the ideal leader for the success of HD Compression.”

Backed by Ingersoll Rand’s compressor product portfolio and certified parts and service, the HD Compression and Ingersoll Rand partnership creates a seamless conduit of local support with OEM quality and excellence direct to the end user. HD Compression is one of 21 Ingersoll Rand distributors in North America.

“The mission of HD Compression is to deliver number-one systems, service, and support of compressed air systems in the market to our customers. To do this, we require the support and partnership of the number-one compressor brand in North America, Ingersoll Rand,” said Giffen.

HD Compression was built from the ground up to serve and support customers’ compressed air needs. The leadership of HD Compression brings over 100 years of compressed air system experience from Ingersoll Rand and other brands in centrifugal, reciprocating, and rotary technologies.