Daikin Boosts Production of VRV Systems at its New Factory in Turkey

Daikin Boosts Production of VRV Systems at its New Factory in Turkey

VRV systems are air conditioning appliances which can heat or cool medium to large commercial buildings

Daikin has invested in the production of VRV systems for the Middle East at its new factory in Turkey which has been operational since May 2022.

VRV systems are air conditioning appliances which can heat or cool medium to large commercial buildings. These systems use heat pump technology to allow multiple indoor units to be connected to one outdoor unit.

The EMEA (Europe, Middle East and Africa) market for HVAC-R (Heating, Ventilation, Air Conditioning and Refrigeration) systems is expected to see strong growth over the next few years.

The VRV systems' increase in demand is driven by the need for sustainable solutions and Daikin is in the process of strengthening its current production to ensure demand can be met.

The company has invested to start the production of VRV systems for the Middle East at its new factory in Turkey which has been operational since May 2022.

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Vice president of Daikin MEA, Tuna Gulenc, said:

“VRV is one of our key strategic business pillars within the MEA region. Over the years, and with our unique and differentiated product specs, seasonal efficiency, and system flexibility, we have secured several mega projects.

"With the additional factory closer to our region, we will be able to serve the market faster, accelerate our expansion plans, and further strengthen our VRV leadership."

The new VRV systems at the Turkish factory are equipped with the latest technology to optimise sustainability, efficiency, and quality control. The factory has also been equipped with an energy-saving exhaust-heat-recovery system.

With the introduction of the new facility, Daikin reinforces the company’s vision to produce high quality products for the Middle East, while reducing its environmental impact.

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