Airedale International strengthens Middle East operations
Date: 29th October 2015 | Posted by: Airedale Team | Posted in: Press release
Airedale Air Conditioning, Leeds, UK, October 29, 2015
British cooling expert, Airedale International, is pleased to welcome a further engineer to its Dubai Airport Freezone office which it opened in early 2014.
Sales application engineer, Jamshad Padanchery, was born and spent his early years in Abu Dhabi, UAE before returning to his native India when his mother relocated back to Kerala state. After graduating from Calicut University with a first class honours degree in Mechanical Engineering, he returned to the UAE in 2013 to progress his career.
Jamshad, who is 25, joins Airedale with two years’ experience gained at HVAC and building services specialist, Gulf Engineering System Solutions (GESS). In line with increased demand for Airedale products in the region, Jamshad will provide technical and commercial support to the manufacturer’s business partners and clients in all six countries of the Gulf Co-operation Council (GCC) countries, alongside sales application engineer, Nissar Rahman, and regional manager, Andrew Walker.
Commercial director, Mark Viner said: “Airedale’s precision cooling expertise and British engineering are highly regarded within the GCC territories and the Middle East, and have seen us win some very high profile projects including the prestigious World Trade Centre development in Dubai and the contract for the supply of computer room air conditioning units to the recent redevelopment of the Royal Saudi Air Force complex in Riyadh. Airedale has a terrific pedigree in developing innovative technology solutions for the global marketplace.”
Airedale has 40 years’ experience in the design and integration of business-critical cooling solutions, from precision air conditioning and IT cooling systems, to chillers, condensers and dry coolers. The business, which is headquartered in Leeds UK, originally started supplying to the Middle East some 35 years ago and is proud that some of its original applications are still in operation, demonstrating the quality of its engineering. The business has manufacturing bases in three continents and customers in over 60 countries. In 2015, as part of its growth strategy in the GCC region, Airedale’s Saudi Arabian business partner opened a new storage and customer witness testing facility.
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