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ATL now authorised Daikin dealer in the Caribbean

BY TERRON DEWAR Business reporter dewart@jamaicaobserver.com

Wednesday, July 30, 2014    

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APPLIANCE Traders Limited (ATL) is now the authorised dealer for Daikin applied systems in the Caribbean.

The announcement was made on July 18 by Danville Walker, managing director of the ATL Group, as he introduced the newly crafted ATL engineering team that he said "will strengthen the service delivery that ATL is famous for, while ensuring that we have depth on our bench in the engineering department".

This partnership will see ATL distributing variant refrigerant volume (VRV), direct expansion and chilled water systems for commercial use on behalf of Daikin throughout the region.

Daikin, a fortune 1000 Japanese company, is the largest HVAC-R (heating, ventilation, air conditioning and refrigerating) company in the world, with over US$15.2 billion in sales.

In keeping with the high service standards that both Daikin and ATL are traditionally known for, all members of the ATL engineering, technical and sales teams have received extensive training and product support from Daikin, Latin America.

ATL will also offer full support for service, parts and warranty on all distributed Daikin products, and is confident that its access to Daikin factories all around the world will enable it to improve on the customary six to eight weeks lead time on all orders.

ATL is Grade 1 certified under the National Contracts Commission, with certification of registration in heating, ventilation, air conditioning, refrigeration (HVAC-R) and electrical works.

The company is highly rated for its comprehensive turnkey design and installation services that manage projects from concept to completion, and is backed by an extensive service centre and a team of more than 80 manufacturer-certified technicians.

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