World News

Industry news and insights from Europe and around the World

UK News

Latest news and developments in the United Kingdom

Products

Keep up-to-date with the latest new products and technology

Features

General articles, applications and industry analysis

FSW becomes Mitsubishi official wholesaler

Agreement: FSW’s Peter Emanuel (left) appreciates the upgrade in status provided by Mitsubishi-Electric wholesaler VAR manager Martin Crawford

UK: Mitsubishi Electric has announced that FSW will move from value added reseller (VAR) status to a wholesaler for the company, with immediate effect. 

FSW has been acting as a value added reseller since 2013, and will replace Dean & Wood which announced an end to its association with Mitsubishi Electric at the end of last year to concentrate on MHI.

“The relationship with FSW has grown over the past six years and their future plans for growth demonstrate FSW’s knowledge and understanding of the quality and customer care needed to thrive in today’s commercial environment,” commented Deane Flint, Mitsubishi Electric’s branch vice-president and joint divisional manager. 

FSW has 24 branches nationwide and will now be stocking the complete range of split and multi-split air conditioning products from across the M Series and Mr Slim product lines.

FSW has developed a dedicated Air Conditioning department called ACHub, which provides expert technical support, order processing, pre-sales design and spares to support air conditioning customers and FSW’s branch network and external sales teams. The company also has dedicated air conditioning sales engineers who receive regular training and product updates with Mitsubishi Electric.

“We are committed to delivering the highest levels of customer service and support and we see this expansion as a great opportunity to strengthen and develop our relationship with Mitsubishi Electric,” said FSW’s air conditioning product manager Peter Emanuel.

Latest News

1st March 2024

Heat pump grant requests up 39%

UK: Applications for the UK’s boiler upgrade scheme in January were up 39% on January 2023, according to figures from the Department for Energy Security and Net Zero.
1st March 2024

Bitzer to launch new hydrocarbon compressors

GERMANY: Bitzer is to expand its range of compressors with new models for use with hydrocarbon refrigerants.
29th February 2024

BESA backing for WorldSkills UK

UK:The Building Engineering Services Association (BESA) is organising the refrigeration and air conditioning (RAC) category of the WorldSkills UK competition.
29th February 2024

Beijer Ref to acquire Australian firm QAE

SWEDEN/AUSTRALIA: Beijer Ref will expand its position in the Australian market with the agreement to acquire 60% of the shares in Sydney-based Quality Air Equipment (QAE).
29th February 2024

Chemours places CEO on administrative leave

USA: Chemours has placed its president and CEO Mark Newman, CFO Jonathan Lock and principal accounting officer Camela Wisel on administrative leave pending the completion of an internal review.
28th February 2024

Seeley to boost production in US export push

AUSTRALIA: Evaporative cooling equipment manufacturer Seeley International is to upgrade and expand its manufacturing plant in Lonsdale, South Australia, to boost exports to the USA.