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Hitachi partners with Pure Air

Hitachi Air Conditioning Europe has signed a new distribution partnership agreement with Surrey-based distributor, Pure Air Distribution.

Left to right: Edward Callaghan, Gboyega Obafemi, Mark Houghton, Lynne Ford and Shaun Neuchterlein.

Effective immediately, Pure Air Distribution will offer the full range of Hitachi air conditioning products nationwide, alongside their own dedicated UK pre and post sales technical support. All products will benefit from Hitachi’s generous manufacturer product warranties. 

Gboyega Obafemi, managing director for Johnson Controls – Hitachi Air Conditioning, stated: “Although a relatively new business, the team behind Pure Air Distribution have been in the industry for many years, building strong relationships with both consultants and contractors.” 

He concluded: “Reflecting Hitachi’s own founding principals, Pure Air Distribution is committed to delivering air conditioning excellence and exceeding customer expectations, and we look forward to building a long-standing and beneficial business relationship.” 

Mark Houghton, managing director at Pure Air Distribution added: “We are delighted to be partnering such a forward thinking manufacturer, which offers quality products coupled with a commitment to outstanding customer service. The PAD team is extremely excited about this new opportunity.”

21 November 2017

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