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Complying with regulation adds to competitive advantage, says Danfoss

Company representative highlights latest solutions

| | Aug 8, 2018 | 3:40 pm
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Dubai, UAE, 8 August 2018: Compliance with stringent environmental regulation adds to competitive advantage, said Julia Panzer, Head of Group Public Affairs and Sustainability, Group Communication, Danfoss, speaking in the context of the manufacturer’s experience balancing stringent regulation in Denmark, as well as those international markets which it is looking to enter. “Investment in sustainability and energy-savings,” she said, “makes a good business case, not only for its payback, but also – when we go global – we ensure products are high-quality and meet regulations.”

Panzer pointed to China as an example, with its recent five-year plan and adoption of climate and environmental standards, with which, she said, the company will be able to comply. “Being at the forefront, shaping and working together with the private sector make business sense,” she said. “The climate is something we want to work on going forward, as it really strengthens our business case and competitiveness in the long term.”

 

Hannah Jo Uy is Assistant Editor at Climate Control Middle East magazine. She may be contacted at hannah@cpi-industry.com


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