NEFCONordic Environment Finance Corporation
NEFCONew England Fertilizer Company (North Quincy, MA)
NEFCONew England Forestry Consultants, Inc. (Warner, NH)
NEFCONew England Fire Cause and Origin (Rochester, NH)
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We are focused on continuing to provide the absolute best customer experience for the contractor," said President and CEO of The NEFCO Corporation, David Gelles.
The growth of the NEFCO brand into Virginia and North Carolina gives us a greater foothold within the Mid-Atlantic States," continued Mr.
Although we have been averaging consistent double-digit, year-over year growth since our inception in 1981, we feel that we are still in the beginning of our growth story at NEFCO.
We have heard about NEFCO for years," said CIS President, Pete Moses.
NEFCO has distribution centers located in Boston, Hartford, New York City, Albany, Philadelphia, Washington D.
For more than 35 years, the NEFCO Corporation has delivered diversified product offerings and value-added services to general and specialty contractors focused on the electrical, mechanical, plumbing, HVAC, sprinkler and many more trades throughout the East Coast.
The minister has also said that fewer countries will be in need of NEFCO support from next year, as Poland and the three Baltic states, Estonia, Latvia and Lithuania, will be entitled to European Union funding for environmental projects.
NEFCO sponsors a broad range of environmental projects that are interesting for the members of the association in Eastern Europe.
NEFCO backs different environmental projects targeted at enhancing the ecological situation in Northern Europe.
NEFCO invites project owners and other interested parties to submit offers on future deliveries of certified emission reductions (CERs) from vulnerable projects.
The Ministry of Finance has signed an agreement with the Nordic Environment Finance Corporation, NEFCO, to purchase carbon credits in the second commitment period of the Kyoto Protocol (2013-2020).
NEFCO is an international financial institution owned by the five Nordic countries.