Brussels, 17 November 2022 – Daikin Europe announces today its presence at ISH23, the world’s leading trade fair for HVAC and water. With the theme “Feel Good Technology”, Daikin underlines that its technology is sustainable and energy saving, while offering peace of mind for installers and end-users. Through its presence, the market leader in hydronic heat pumps is leading the way to decarbonizing heat, by revealing its next-generation heat pumps.
Strong commitment to European HVAC industry
As the leader in heat pumps, Daikin aims during the fair to inspire all stakeholders in the heating business through a meeting platform that covers a 1000 m2 physical stand and a digital platform, allowing people to join remotely as well.
“Feel Good Technology” as a theme
While displaying its winning portfolio, Daikin will also reveal its next-generation air-to-water heat pumps, alongside showcasing their total solution approach and on/off-line support platforms. This is being communicated through the theme “Feel Good Technology”: heat pump technology that helps end users save money, contributes to decarbonising heat, and provides installers peace of mind!
Patrick Crombez, General Manager Heating & Renewables at Daikin: “Daikin has a wide range in HVAC solutions for any application. Our heat pump solutions provide a concrete answer to reducing dependence on fossil fuels and actively decarbonising heat in houses, shops, offices and plants. That is what we want to showcase at ISH: Everything is possible with today’s solutions but we are perfecting them for the future. We lead with our Feel Good Technology that allows our customers to be part of the change that they want to see in the world”.
Best partner in Europe, both today and tomorrow
Today, Daikin’s solutions meet all EU requirements and support the EU Green Deal goal to decarbonize Europe. While responding rapidly to current market changes, Daikin is looking towards the future, through continuous innovation, and to increase the pace towards a carbon-free future. Daikin Europe has been designing and producing heat pumps in Europe for Europe for almost 50 years, with a wide network of 12 manufacturing sites and a dense sales and service network in all European countries, thus striving to be close to consumers and stakeholders.
This network continues to grow, given its €1.2 billion worth of investments as part of their 5-year plan "FUSION25”. This includes production capacity expansions in Germany, Belgium and the Czech Republic, a €300 million investment in a new factory in Poland and a €140 million investment in EDC Ghent.
Daikin Europe will be exhibiting at the ISH trade fair (Stand E41, Hall 12.0, Messe Frankfurt fairgrounds, Frankfurt am Main) from March 13-17, 2023
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Daikin Europe N.V.
Daikin Europe is a subsidiary of Daikin Industries Ltd. and the leading provider of heating, cooling, ventilation, air purification and refrigeration solutions in Europe, the Middle East and Africa. The company designs, manufactures and brings to market a broad portfolio of equipment, as well as tailor-made solutions for residential, commercial and industrial purposes. To date Daikin Europe has over 12,000 employees working at more than 59 consolidated subsidiaries. It has 12 major manufacturing facilities based in Belgium, the Czech Republic, Germany, Italy, Spain, Turkey, Austria and the UK. The headquarters of the Daikin Europe group are in Belgium, Ostend. The company was established in 1972, production in Europe started in 1973.
About Daikin Industries Ltd.
Based in Osaka, Japan, Daikin Industries employs over 89,000 people worldwide. The global company is market leader for heat pump and air conditioning systems, as well as air filtration. It is the only air conditioning manufacturer in the world that researches, develops and produces all important system components, such as refrigerants, compressors and electronics, in-house. The company achieved € 23.7 billion sales turnover in financial year 2021 (1 April 21 – 31 March 22).
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