Climate Center bucks trend with strong growth in air-conditioning sales

Published:  07 June, 2010

Climate Center has reported strong growth in air-conditioning sales, bucking the trend in the market. Against UK sales down by around 10%, Climate Center has achieved double-digit growth — outperforming the market by some 25%.

Ian Carroll, who heads up air-conditioning sales, says, ‘It reflects Climate Center’s excellent offering in terms of brands and the fruits of our focus on customer services, which is now really paying off.’

Daikin and Fujitsu are Climate’s key air-conditioning brands, and both have benefited from the sustained increase in sales. Daikin products were added two years ago, providing a premium offering at the top end of the market.

Ian Carroll says, ‘In addition to Daikin, the Fujitsu products in our portfolio provide an excellent quality and popular brand in the middle of the market — enabling us to meet all needs.’

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