Armstrong rebrands its operations in the UK

Armstrong is rebranding its UK operations in line with the rest of its businesses worldwide. The move involves a name change for the HVAC equipment brand. This will be known simply as Armstrong, instead of Armstrong Holden Brooke Pullen. The legal name of the business is unchanged. Armstrong Integrated Systems, which specialises in off-site manufacturing, will also be referred to as Armstrong, while retaining the legal name. Over the coming months, Armstrong will be replacing all company literature and other materials with the new company name and logo.
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