U.S. Rep. Trahan Visits Haverhill’s Convectronics; Firm Grows in Electric Vehicle Charging Stations

Congresswoman Lori Trahan visits with Philip G. Aberizk of ‎Merrimac Industrial Sales last year. (WHAV News file photograph.)

Congresswomen Lori Trahan yesterday morning visited Haverhill’s Convectronics, a 35-year-old company specializing in clean energy and heating and, more recently, electric vehicle charging stations.

Trahan learned more about the company’s ability to design and develop environmentally-friendly heat, energy and lighting products. The third-generation company has grown rapidly in Haverhill. Trahan had high praise for the family-owned company.

“This is a great example of a manufacturing company that has stayed ahead of the market to help alternative energy companies grow themselves,” she said.

Owner and founder of Convectronics, Philip G. Aberizk, said, “We want to continue to find new markets and overcome all the challenges, and to educate and train all our employees to make sure they have everything they need to keep the quality and efficiency up. Hopefully we will be achieving those goals over the next few quarters.”

Trahan added, “I love the partnership they have with Greater Lawrence Tech and Whittier (Tech) to bring students in to train on CC machines in school, but use them here in a very applicable way.”

Aberizk wants to grow innovation and bring interest to his company at 111 Neck Road, Ward Hill Business Park, by bringing the public, students and contractors to his retail shop to show them what they do and provide examples of everyday products and systems that can be utilized.

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