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Mitsubishi Electric renews relationship with Logicool

Mitsubishi Electric has renewed its on-going relationship with specialist air conditioning supplier Logicool Air Conditioning Distribution Ltd, following the company’s success as an official Value Added Reseller (VAR).

Logicool, which celebrates its fifth year of successful trading, is a technically biased and customer-focused specialist supplier of air conditioning, heat pump and ventilation products.

Founder, Karl Richardson has used first-class technical and customer service skills as building blocks for the growth of the company and established Logicool on the basis of understanding and matching customer’s needs.

“Our technical staff are experienced in all sectors of the industry and bring a first-hand understanding of contractor, engineer and end user requirements,” explains Karl Richardson.  “We are delighted at how the relationship with Mitsubishi Electric has gone from strength to strength and look forward to growing our businesses further together.”

The contract renewal follows Mitsubishi Electric’s growth in market share in all areas of business during the current sluggish economic period.

South Derbyshire-based Logicool supplies the market with a full range of heat pumps and air conditioning and Mitsubishi Electric sales and marketing director, Deane Flint is confident that they will continue to enhance the company’s offering to customers.



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