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Dallas, TX, United States, 2006/05/18 - Omega Environmental Technologies was recently included on The Dallas Morning News annual list of the Biggest D-FW Private Companies and the Biggest D-FW Minority- and Women-Owned Companies..
Omega Environmental Technologies, a world-wide manufacturer and distributor of aftermarket mobile air conditioning parts, was recently included on The Dallas Morning News annual list of the Biggest D-FW Private Companies and the Biggest D-FW Minority- and Women-Owned Companies. Omega made its debut by ranking 175 on the list of private companies and 18 on the list of minority- and women-owned companies.
“We’re thrilled to be included among so many prestigious companies,” said Grace Davis, CEO and founder of Omega. “This recognition is truly an honor to the dedication and hard work of all our employees.”
Since opening in 1989, the company has grown steadily, even when the auto parts industry was not. In 2005, Omega reported revenues of $40.25 million, a 13 percent increase from the previous year.
Davis credits Omega’s ongoing success to the company’s commitment to a high level of customer service which has enabled the sales team to develop more personalized relationships with clients.
The Dallas Morning News publishes its annual list of the Biggest D-FW Private Companies and the Biggest D-FW Minority- and Women-Owned in May. Rankings are based on corporate revenues.
About Omega Environmental Technologies
Omega Environmental Technologies is a worldwide distributor and custom manufacturer of mobile A/C parts and systems. Omega was founded in 1989 in Dallas by Grace Davis, who was awarded female / minority entrepreneur of the year by Ernst Young LLP, USA Today and NASDAQ in 1996. Carrying a complete line of compressors, evaporators, condensers, reels of hose and hose assemblies, expansion valves and accumulators, as well as the components for rebuilding compressors, Omega is a one stop shop for all aftermarket automotive A/C products.