CaptiveAire

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  • In 1981, a separate company was formed for the ventilation business with the name "CaptiveAire."
  • The company has continued to expand, and in 2008, CaptiveAire's sales were $224 million.
  • He is the founder and CEO of CaptiveAire Systems.
  • The capital city of Raleigh is where SAS Institute, one of the world's largest privately held software companies, and CaptiveAire Systems, the largest privately held kitchen ventilation systems company in the country, were founded.
  • CaptiveAire's integrated kitchen ventilation packages include hoods, exhaust fans, electrical controls, direct-fired heaters, grease duct systems, fire suppression systems, grease filters, and utility distribution systems.
  • CaptiveAire has over 500 employees in its network of over 60 sales offices in the U.S. and Canada, and six manufacturing plants located in North Carolina, Iowa, Oklahoma, California, Pennsylvania, and Florida.
  • CaptiveAire Systems is the largest, privately held manufacturer of commercial kitchen ventilation systems in the U.S. The company, founded by Robert L. Luddy in 1976, is headquartered in Raleigh, North Carolina.