mFCP


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mFCP

(Metro FCP) See iFCP.
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American Hose & Fittings owners Greg Bowman and Peter Grimes are excited to join the senior management team of MFCP, helping to support the growth of the combined businesses.
Our ability to get the right parts to the job site is greatly enhanced with the MFCP network behind us.
With the addition of these two strategic locations, MFCP continues to add size and strength, and fuel its ability to grow at an accelerated pace.
At the base of MFCP is McCoy Sales, which was formed in 1960 and built strong HVAC heating, hydraulic, and instrumentation businesses in the Rocky Mountain region.
In 2012, MFCP acquired American Hose, which gave it twenty stock locations throughout the western United States.
The acquisitions were part of a carefully planned strategy that would give MFCP a strong foothold in the Northwest and access to key industrial areas for future growth, according to MFCP's Robinson.
MFCP has divisions in nineteen locations and prides itself on having a large, readily available, locally based inventory and exceptional application expertise.
Nishan's recently released IP Storage switches are fully standards-compliant, with the complete solution of Storage over IP(TM) (SoIP(TM)) technology supporting iSCSI, mFCP, iFCP, and iSNS.
Through the IETF's work on elements such as mFCP, our customers can soon take advantage of IP storage architectures with the Fibre Channel host bus adapters they already have deployed.
Our member papers are often the lifeblood of their communities," added Brian Gay, Executive Director for MFCP.
Nobody knows the American small business community like the publishers of these free community papers," explains MyCity Vice President of Media Partner Development, Mary Hank, who spearheaded the agreement with Brian Gay and the MFCP.
MFCP represents over 130 free papers in a ten state region that covers Iowa, Illinois, Kansas, Minnesota, Missouri, Nebraska, North Dakota, South Dakota, Indiana and Wisconsin.