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Panasonic deepens relationship with City Plumbing Supplies

Panasonic is working closely with City Plumbing Supplies across their UK outlets for further distribution of its Aquarea Air Source Heat Pumps.  

The aim is to help UK installers meet the increased demand for energy-efficient heat pumps since the launch of the UK government’s Green Homes Grant. City Plumbing Supplies will now supply Panasonic’s range of heat pumps and cloud based smart controllers from its branches across the UK. 

Jose Manuel Alves, UK country manager for Panasonic explained: “We are delighted to further our relationship with City Plumbing Supplies. The company has a large UK reach and knowledgeable team within their stores. Their reach will help us satisfy customer demand across the UK for our Aquarea air source heat pumps.”

Steve Parry, category manager of City Plumbing Supplies commented: “With the market clearly moving towards renewable heat sources and the drive around upcoming government legislation, we are seeing an increase in customer demand for products such as air source heat pumps. We are excited to work with Panasonic to offer such an energy efficient heating and hot water solution and we are delighted to be able to expand our heat pump offering to our customers'

 

7 December 2020

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