Victory 50616802 COIL EVAP 84E21

In 1944, Ray Constantini and Tony DiAngelis, two sheet metal craftsmen, opened Victory to contribute to America’s war effort. Until the end of World War II, the Philadelphia-based company was a supplier of custom stainless steel products for the Philadelphia Naval Shipyard. The Victory name was chosen by its founders as a patriotic reference to the objective of the war.

Even before the war was over, Victory had begun producing refrigeration equipment for the rapidly expanding foodservice industry and established a reputation as an innovator and industry leader by pioneering new technologies that led to superior refrigeration performance.

In the following years, Victory’s original production output grew to become a sizeable manufacturing enterprise, prompting the company’s relocation from its small neighborhood shop to a larger site on the historic Delaware River. Victory later moved to a more modern 125,000-square-foot facility in Plymouth Meeting, PA, before settling in its current location — a 250,000-square-foot plant in Cherry Hill, NJ, just minutes from Philadelphia.

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