George Derbyshire, Climate Center’s national sales manager for cooling, has praised the new team.

Climate Center rolls out new technical support team

Published:  21 January, 2014

Climate Center has established a new technical team to support customers on major air conditioning projects.

It will provide specialist advice for Climate Center customers during both the tendering and installation stages of projects. The pre-sales and after-sales support package includes equipment selection and application guidance, telephone technical support, on-site support and commissioning assistance.

George Derbyshire, Climate Center’s national sales manager for cooling, said: “We place a very high value on offering in-house support for our major brands, including Daikin, Toshiba, Fujitsu and Carrier. The new team will support our continued growth in air conditioning and provide the in-depth knowledge and experience needed to enable customers to win and deliver on major projects.

“The new team, made up of Climate Center’s Colin Reeves and Lee Gallagher, have wide experience of all types of air conditioning systems, including VRF/V, multi-splits and splits, and their application. Installers and contractors will be able to draw on this at all stages of the project to ensure successful delivery for customers.”

He added: “Large air conditioning projects can be complex, both in terms of design and equipment, and the key to a successful outcome is close co-operation by everyone involved. Strong partnerships with our customers are at the heart of Climate Center’s winning approach.”

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