Carrier Corporation has reached a deal with President-elect Donald Trump to cancel plans to move about 1,000 furnace plant jobs from the Midwestern state of Indiana to Mexico. The company, which makes heating, ventilating, air-conditioning and refrigeration equipment, said Tuesday in a Twitter message that it was "pleased to have reached a deal" and that details would be announced later. A Trump transition team official said the president-elect and Vice President-elect Mike Pence, who is governor of Indiana, would talk more about the agreement when they meet Thursday with Carrier officials. It was unclear whether Carrier's parent company, United Technologies, would go through with plans to move jobs from a separate plant to Mexico. Trump campaigned on promises to keep manufacturing jobs from moving overseas. He had threatened to impose heavy tariffs if companies who moved tried top sell their products to U.S. consumers. Trump blamed such trade deals as the North American Free Trade Agreement and the Trans-Pacific Partnership for giving companies financial incentives to set up factories overseas.