UAE-based Leminar Global announced that it has entered into an agreement with Italian manufacturer Tecnair to distribute closed control units (CCU) in different parts of the GCC.
The agreement will bring in more diversity to Leminar’s air conditioning equipment portfolio, while Tecnair will be able to tap into the region’s booming digital economy with its close control units that are ideal for data centres and environment where thermal loads of a sensitive nature prevail.
The CCU is also optimised for special applications, such as metrology laboratories, TV production studios, musical recording and conservation rooms, museums and archives, and control rooms in power and railway stations.
Pramodh Idicheria, COO, Leminar Global, said: “We have always hand-picked our partners keeping in mind the requirements of the market, the quality and green credentials of its product line and compatibility based on corporate values and operational ethics. With one more eminent partnership and our steadily growing geographical footprint, we feel that Leminar is truly evolving into a global brand.”
Dott. Andrea Monti, sales & marketing director, Tecnair LV, said: “With organisations increasingly adopting cloud-based platforms across the region, the opportunities are rife. We are well positioned to develop these opportunities, thanks to our excellent product offering and an experienced and reputed distribution partner in Leminar.”
Kartik Raval, general manager, Leminar Global, added: “Tecnair’s products have a very high energy efficiency ratio (EER), which translate into lower CO2 emissions and low operating costs. We are confident of giving our clients an environment-friendly and cost-effective solution.”
Tecnair is a part of LU-VE Group, a global firm in the industrial refrigeration equipment market, while Leminar as part of the Al Shirawi Group of Companies is a regional player with a significant market share in the air conditioning equipment space, through the popular US brand Rheem.