As part of its continued growth in the UK commercial heating market, Modutherm has announced a partnership agreement with alpha innotec – a European manufacturer of heat pumps.
The partnership brings together two companies committed to delivering quality, innovation and technical expertise, enabling contractors and building services engineers to benefit from one of the largest heat pump portfolios on the market.
Modutherm, which is part of the Modular Heating Group, has secured the agreement following strong growth in recent years, thanks to an expanding nationwide salesforce and a highly experienced management team. Commenting on the news, Ian Bradley, managing director at Modutherm, said: “We have been working closely with alpha innotec on a number of successful projects for over a year. During this period, our approaches have been very similar, with both companies promoting the use of high-quality products and systems for maximum energy efficiency.”
Mr Bradley continued: “The heat pump market is growing fast and we’re confident the combination of our market knowledge and contacts, coupled with alpha innotec’s superb range of products and exceptional heat pump knowledge, can offer a solution for every type of project.”
Based in Kasendorf, Germany, alpha innotec has been developing, producing and selling user-friendly heat pumps since 1998. The company’s products are continually evolving, thanks to a dedicated research and development centre, and over two decades of experience in the manufacture of energy-efficient solutions. alpha innotec heat pumps stand for quality, innovation, easy installation and reliable operation.
Head of international sales at alpha innotec, Volker Löffler said: “Modutherm is highly experienced in the UK’s commercial heating industry and has already developed a strong presence. We have worked well together since 2020 and are pleased to take our partnership to the next level. I’m also confident that Modutherm’s highly professional business and well structured sales department is the perfect platform for our product range – and will help deliver exceptional projects throughout the country.”
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