Climaveneta Powermaster Ltd has officially become part of Mitsubishi Electric as of 1st January 2018. Climaveneta is now a branded product family within the Mitsubishi Electric portfolio.
The announcement follows on from Mitsubishi’s recent purchase of Climaveneta’s parent company, DeLclima. Following the move, Mitsubishi Electric is now able to offer customers access to the UK’s Chiller market.
Sales Director for Mitsubishi Electric, Deane Flint explains: “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.”
Staff from Climaveneta Powermaster Ltd have been transferred to Mitsubishi Electric and plans are currently underway to grow the team.
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