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Mexichem Fluor renews refrigerant supply deal with Harp, Dean & Wood and DWG

Exclusive five-year deal with wholesaler group to supply UK and Ireland

Mexichem Fluor, Harp International, Dean & Wood and DWG have agreed a renewed exclusive five year deal to supply the UK and Ireland markets
Mexichem Fluor says that as the world’s largest fully integrated manufacturer and supplier of refrigerant gases and a major quota holder under the F-Gas regulations, it is in a strong position to offer security of supply “from mine to market”.
Technical expertise and support is offered by Harp International, Dean & Wood and DWG, including Harp’s trackmycylinders.com and reclamation and environmental support.
Refrigerant supply has been a key product for Dean & Wood which serves customers through 15 UK branches alongside sister company DWG in Ireland.
A Mexichem Fluor spokesperson said: “We are delighted to have renewed our agreement with Harp, Dean & Wood and DWG. We have a strong position in offering the market in the UK and Ireland security of supply and this deal will ensure that it is combined with great service and expertise in customer support.”


Pictured, left to right: Nick Kilner, Sales and Marketing Director, Dean & Wood; Noel Williams, Operations Director, Harp International; Sarah Hughes, EMEA Commercial Director, Mexichem Fluor; Bryan Davies, Managing Director, Harp International; John Billson, Managing Director, Dean & Wood

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