UK: Mitsubishi Heavy Industries says its first priority is to provide customers with continued maintenance and after sales services following its split from AMP.

As exclusively revealed by the Cooling Post, the Japanese air conditioning manufacturer has confirmed that it has terminated its distribution agreement with AMP with immediate effect.

The move follows last month’s purchase of the Welwyn-Garden-City-based distributor by rival Panasonic.

In a statement, Mitsubishi Heavy Industries Air Conditioning Europe (MHIAE) says it is currently doing its utmost to ensure any disruption to their customers is kept to a minimum.

“It is MHIAE’s first priority to provide its customers with continued maintenance and after sales services,” it says.

It assures customers that AMP will continue to provide after sales services for any units purchased through them and any current warranties will also be continued and honoured in the event of any future claims.

The company maintains that it continues to focus on maintaining and growing its presence in the UK market and reminds customers that Mitsubishi Heavy products can be purchased through its UK distributor HRP Ltd. 

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