Rinnai, manufacturer of hot water and heating home units, is celebrating 100 years of manufacture in serving its customers.
In the UK, Rinnai is the acknowledged leader in continuous flow hot water heating technology. The company offers a comprehensive range of A-rated units plus large systems for any size of site or application.
The celebrations will bring a three-year period of planned anniversary related events to connect to the start of the company’s next centenary.
The Rinnai Corporation was originally founded in Nagoya, Japan back in 1819.
Today, Rinnai operates in 17 nations and regions around the world with sales of kitchen appliances, air conditioners, hot water heating & home heating units in over 80 countries.
Rinnai UK Managing Director, Tony Gittings, comments on the anniversary: ”The company has evolved and developed into a group that produces a diversity of products and services that directly benefit ordinary people in their daily lives.
“Our policy is to help enrich the lives of people in local communities by providing optimal solutions that fit the lifestyle culture, climate conditions, and the energy situation of each country around the world. The three-year period is aimed at connecting the first century to the next one. The theme will be named – Connected in passion for the next 100 years.”
This follows the other significant corporate developments on the global presence of Rinnai – the issuing of a new logo and a new brand statement – ‘A Healthier Way of Living’.
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