LG signs CAC units deal with Tech Group
Dubai, July 31, 2011
LG Electronics (LG) has signed a deal with Tech Group to provide its commercial air conditioning (CAC) units across the latter’s key real estate projects in Ajman Garden City and Ajman Pearl City.
Tech Group comprises various operating companies that are well-known in construction, real estate, vehicle repair, ceramic tiles and wood-joinery fields. The projects combine a total of 6,100 units with a total worth of Dh18 million ($4.9 million).
“LG is very proud to be partnering with Tech Group for their projects and we are very confident this strategic partnership will be long term. Fortune International Trading has played a pivotal role in cementing this alliance between TECH Group and LG, as we are extremely thankful for their support and confidence. We are committed and driven to deliver sustainable, reliable and eco friendly standards of LG technology,” said HS Paik, president of LG Electronics Gulf FZE at the signing ceremony.
Fortune International Trading (FIT) is the official distributors for LG air-conditioning products in Dubai and the Northern Emirates. FIT has a highly professional service team with an excellent track record of perfect after sales service support in the entire territory with absolute focus on complete customers’ satisfaction.
“We are here today to highlight and celebrate the association with prominent groups such as TECH Group and LG. We look forward to the results of this landmark alliance and hope to associate on up-coming projects in the future,” said Samer Baassiri, executive director, Fortune International Trading.
Tech Group has built strong relationships with the leading developers and has undertaken several government projects within the region. On the other hand, LG Electronics provides leading HVAC solutions and technology within the region. LG is positive this relationship between Tech Group and LG Electronics will open new avenues for business, thus ensuring that customers have access to the highest quality and comprehensive mix of products. - TradeArabia News Service
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