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Eaton Williams - bigger European HVAC division will provide strong growth platform

Manufacturer says its new role within Nortek Global HVAC Europe will enable it to leverage links with sister companies

Eaton-Williams Group Limited has announced that following the re-structure of business segments by its parent company, Nortek Inc., it is now part of Nortek Global HVAC in Europe with immediate effect.

Ian Sams, Managing Director of Eaton-Williams said: “Being a part of Nortek Global HVAC in Europe, signals the start of an exciting new chapter. We value the relationships we have with all our stakeholders and are committed to growing the business, creating new opportunities and delivering better value for our customers.”

The alignment with Nortek Global HVAC provides a stronger platform for Eaton-Williams to be a greater player in the market, the company said, with ‘considerable synergies’ between the other businesses in the division operationally, and in the markets they all serve.

Mr Sams added: “We can leverage our combined strengths to deliver a more focused approach to delivering air handling solutions in our key markets.”

The company will be celebrating its 80th year in the HVAC industry in 2016. The company’s products, including brands such as Edenaire, ServerCool, EWS, Moducel and Vapac,can be found in industries including pharmaceuticals, education, healthcare and data centres.

Eaton Williams is proud of the fact that its products have been used in high profile projects such as the Large Hadron Collider and the world’s first carbon neutral data centre in Iceland.

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