Each of the brands form part of Nortek Global HVAC UK. By combining their respective offerings and providing a single point of contact for all HVAC solutions, the business intends to simplify the customer experience.
The HVAC brand transition coincides with a number of new product developments, and a portfolio that is now fully compliant with the Energy related Products (ErP) regulations.
Simon Parker, president and general manager of Nortek Global HVAC UK’s Light Commercial Division heads up the Reznor brand in the UK and beyond. He said: “We want to better serve our customers. By offering a diverse but cohesive portfolio, we can offer clarity for our customers by taking out complexity and portfolio duplications. We are focused on becoming a solution provider, rather than just a product supplier. By unifying under the Reznor brand, we can commit to meeting our customers’ expectations, delivering a superior customer experience, and building upon Reznor to become the preferred HVAC brand.”
Mitsubishi Electric has announced the absorption of Climaveneta Powermaster from 01 January 2018, with Climaveneta becoming a branded product family within the Mitsubishi Electric portfolio.
The move allows Mitsubishi Electric to access the UK’s chiller market with an advanced range of products that will now be supported by Mitsubishi Electric’s commitment to quality and service.
The announcement follows on from last year’s purchase of DeLclima, the parent company of Climaveneta and establishes a strong position for the company’s products within the UK market.
“This announcement shows how serious we are about delivering a complete solution for any building or sector,” explains Deane Flint, sales director for Mitsubishi Electric. “Not only can our customers now purchase market-leading air conditioning, heating and ventilation products from us, they will also be able to access state-of-the-art, dedicated Chiller technology.”
Climaveneta Powermaster staff have been transferred to Mitsubishi Electric and the company is now planning on growing the team into the best solutions provider to the chiller sector.
Organised by Datateam Business Media, the HVR Awards is a celebration of innovation and excellence, recognising the companies and individuals whose contributions to this often hidden but vital industry are second to none.
Upon arrival, those in attendance took advantage of the opportunity to catch up with old friends, peers, colleagues, existing and potential clients at the exclusive drinks reception, before heading into the main hall where they were greeted by the evening’s compere, critically-acclaimed comedian Sean Collins.
After dinner, Tim Hopkinson of lead sponsor Building Engineering Services Association (BESA) took to the stage to speak about the importance of the event during the current period of political uncertainty. He said: “It is a reflection of this industry’s resilience that we are able to come together every year to celebrate success and showcase what makes us special – as such, we should be thankful to HVR for continuing to deliver these prestigious awards.”