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BSRIA to launch new air conditioning reports for Africa

The 10 priority country reports will include: Algeria, Egypt, Ethiopia, Ghana, Kenya, Morocco, Nigeria, South Africa, Tanzania and Tunisia, official says

| | Oct 25, 2018 | 11:27 am
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Tina Fahmy, Client Relationship Manager, WMI

Bracknell, Berkshire, UK, 25 October 2018: BSRIA,  a research and consultancy organisation, owned by The Building Services Research and Information Association,  which provides specialist services in construction and building services, is conducting an air conditioning study in Africa, where currently “very little reliable and comparable data is available for the industry”, the body announced in a Press communiqué.

BSRIA’s data will be collected through pan-regional interviews with the major air conditioning suppliers, with manufacturers at their hubs – such as China – and local interviews in the major markets, the communiqué said.

Tina Fahmy, Client Relationship Manager, WMI, said: “BSRIA has seized the moment and business opportunity by producing such important market studies for Africa. BSRIA will focus on Central Africa, Eastern Africa, North Africa, Southern Africa and Western Africa. The 10 priority country reports will include: Algeria, Egypt, Ethiopia, Ghana, Kenya, Morocco, Nigeria, South Africa, Tanzania and Tunisia, available in PDF and Excel, from December 2018.”

Fahmy said: “Other regional country data will be available in the World Air Conditioning report due in March 2019. Markets will be analysed by volume, value and average selling price and the reports will cover 2017 to 2023. The reports will cover: chillers, indoor packaged, moveables, rooftops, splits, windows and VRF. There will be no airside products.”


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