Daikin relocates its office and training centre

Published:  06 February, 2015

Daikin UK has opened a new 2,100 sq ft office for the Midlands region in Birmingham Business Park, which is also home to a new 2,000 sq ft training centre.

The air conditioning and renewable heating company is relocating from Spitfire road to the larger offices in Birmingham Business Park to make the company’s facilities more accessible to customers, trainees and employees. Situated, close to the M42, and within close vicinity to Birmingham International Airport and the National Exhibition Centre, the new office and training centre provides the perfect location for the company’s Midlands operation.

The better-equipped facilities include a large training room with a variety of HVAC equipment, including a VRV IV Heat Recovery unit, VAM Heat Recovery Ventilation units, underfloor heating and solar thermal panels that offer a range of training opportunities.

Sherin Hammad, Daikin UK’s Birmingham branch manager, said: “The training centre offers a great hub for the Midlands region. We are committed to giving our employees and customers the best training available with the extensive range of facilities available at the new site. Birmingham is currently undergoing a large regeneration, so it is vital that there are suitably trained HVAC professionals in the area, and we hope to be a big part of providing that trained workforce.”

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