Samsung takes innovations on tour
The UK dates conclude Samsung’s air conditioning Innovation Tour, which will see two articulated lorries travelling across Europe, visiting 40 cities in 20 countries.
The tour is designed to keep customers informed of the range of products launched at the company’s Global Air Conditioning conference in Korea last year.
Samsung has recreated the exhibition inside an articulated lorry which expands to create a 42m2 mobile showroom. It includes the 30HP DVMS single VRF outdoor unit, the 14HP DVM S side blow outdoor unit, the DVM Chiller and the 360° fully circular cassette system.
“The Innovation Tour will give our customers a chance to get to grips with the incredible new features we have on offer, such as the industry’s first 360° cassette,” said Charles McAlpine, Samung’s UK and Ireland air conditioning sales manager. “Our highly trained team will be available for demonstrations and to talk through how our technology can benefit a host of different environments.”
The UK dates of the Innovation tour are: March 21, Honourable Artillery Company, London; March 22, Samsung House, Chertsey; March 24, Edgbaston Cricket Ground, Birmingham; March 24, HRP Sheffield.
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