Company says the development of adhering to the Daikin name represents a move towards a single source for all air conditioning product ranges for residential, commercial and industrial applications
Daikin has announced completing the transition towards one brand. The company made the announcement through a Press communiqué, dated July 16.
Since the acquisition of McQuay International in 2006, Daikin had integrated many of its attributes and innovations that had positioned McQuay as a leader among HVAC applied equipment manufacturers, the company said through the communiqué.
“We are pleased to announce that as of April 1, 2015, we completed the transition and started using the Daikin brand for all our products and services,” said Michel Farah, Product Planning Director at Daikin Middle East and Africa. “This represents a single source for all air conditioning product ranges for residential, commercial and industrial applications. We will continue developing industry-leading Innovative and energy-efficient systems with the highest level of comfort and sustainability designed to meet customer and regulatory requirements.”
Added Sanjeev Maheshwari, Director of After-sales Service at Daikin Middle East and Africa, “At the same time, we will continue to provide aftermarket service and parts for all of our McQuay installed products.”
As a part of the transition, Daikin changed the legal company name from “Daikin McQuay Middle East FZE” to “Daikin Middle East and Africa FZE,” effective as of July 2, 2015.
“This is a very exciting and important change for our company,” said Yuji Miyata, Chairman of Daikin Middle East and Africa. “Completing the transition of our brand in this region will help us achieve our goals with continuous focus on investments in talent, technology and creating long-term relationships with our customers.”