Oceanair UK expands with new staff and premises

Published:  05 May, 2011

Air-conditioning distributor Oceanair UK is expanding with the addition of new staff and a new location in the south of England. The move follows the closure of sister company Oceanair Distribution, which ceased trading in February 2011.

The two companies have traded separately from two locations since 2002, with Oceanair UK based in Nottingham and Oceanair Distribution in Horsham.

Oceanair UK has employed most of Oceanair Distribution’s staff and expanded its own operations to cover the southern region.

The company will also now offer a wider range of products — including air-to-water heat pumps, tanks, pumps and controls.

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