Toshiba reduces prices for air conditioning

Toshiba, air conditioning, VRF, split

Toshiba Air Conditioning has announced price reductions of up to 16% for equipment prices in the UK. The new pricing applies to some of Toshiba’s most popular ranges of splits and VRF air-conditioning equipment and are part of the company’s goal of doubling air-conditioning sales by 2020.

The highlights of the new pricing structure include the following.

• Up to 16% for RAS systems,

• Up to 12% for digital inverter split systems.

• Up to 14% for 3-phase Super Digital inverter outdoor units.

VRF systems benefit from the new approach, while associated products such as some air-to-air heat exchangers receive a 9% price reduction.

Toshiba is also increasing stocking capacity at Plymouth, with a further 4000 m2 of racking space, ensuring immediate product availability across its most popular ranges.

David Dunn (pictured), director and general manager, said, ‘We have been working hard for some time to ensure the business is as productive and efficient as possible. I believe we are among the best in class anywhere.

‘This, coupled with increasing equipment volumes sold into the UK, has allowed us to pass on these attractive savings — which in turn will enable customers to be more competitive and win additional work, and so grow their own businesses.’

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