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04 January 2021

Keyter Chiller - ACES Group

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Keyter Technologies is a Spanish group of industrial companies dedicated to the designing, engineering, manufacturing and marketing of systems and solutions based on refrigeration and air conditioning. Discover our green climate spirit! Keyter is recognized for its work in R&D and is committed to the development of projects related to technological innovation and environmental preservation.

The Keyter team has over 30 years of experience in the development and manufacturing high technology solutions, under the principles of sustainability, reliability and energy efficiency. With an increasing industrial footprint and commercial growth, Keyter has a sales and service network with 10 offices in Spain and international offices throughout Europe, America and Africa.

Our strategy is focused on the industrial development of new technological solutions based on the synergies between air conditioning, refrigeration, renewable energies and other related technologies. Keyter Technologies is committed to promote technology transfer within these sectors.

Our mission is to create an industrial structure within Keyter Technologies group through concentration of knowledge and business diversification to open new business opportunities. We understand that diversity within business is to adapt to customer needs and access to high-technological niche markets is key to our development and business growth.



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