Becker has developed markets in Europe, Asia, Latin America, the Middle East and Australia and has over 23 years’ experience in manufacturing mobile climate tools
Atlanta—AirSept has announced that its president Aaron Becker, was recently elected to the Mobile Air Climate Systems Association (MACS) Board of Directors for a two-year term. He was installed in February at the 2023 MACS Annual Training & Trade Show held at the Gaylord Opryland Resort in Convention Center.
The MACS Board is comprised of 12 directors: four each from three categories: Manufacturers, Distributors and Service Providers in addition to the past chairman. Becker was elected under the Manufacturer’s Category. The board is commissioned to make recommendations about new member benefits, educational training related to the mobile air climate industry, suggest member promotions and provide guidance on how to grow the association with financial oversight.
As the president and owner of AirSept, Becker has been an active member of MACS for 26 years and currently serves on multiple SAE committees. He is recognized for his ability to grow a business associated with this industry from a small family-run operation into a global supplier of tools that meet OE specifications. He has developed markets in Europe, Asia, Latin America, the Middle East and Australia and has over 23 years’ experience in manufacturing tools for mobile climate professionals.
Becker said, “I appreciate the association’s vote of confidence in my ability to help steer MACS as we navigate major challenges in new technology. Many thanks also to the MACS staff and president and COO, Peter Coll, for their warm reception and clear communication about my duties on the board. I look forward to working with all the newly elected members and encourage anyone that has a particular need or concern to reach out to me. As the industry continues to innovate and implement the next generation of mobile climate control systems, I am very interested in helping MACS serve its members with training that will help them stay abreast of these new technologies.”