31 January 2011

A-Gas and FSW sign new five year deal

REFRIGERANT supplier A-Gas has signed a new five year distribution agreement with national refrigeration and air conditioning wholesaler FSW.
A-Gas and FSW sign new five year deal
This latest contract follows the success of the previous agreements with the two founder companies - RPW and NRW - that merged to form FSW last year. The merged company is now one of the largest wholesale distributors of refrigeration and air conditioning equipment in the UK with a national chain of 21 branches.

'FSW is a valued business partner and offers A-Gas a nationwide route to market for refrigerants and refrigerant reclamation,' said Ken Logan, md of A-Gas.

'We are positive that the relationship will grow further in the months and years ahead, during which the refrigerant manufacturing and supply industry will experience unprecedented change,' he added.

Mark Henderson, commercial director of FSW added: 'Our alliance with A-Gas provides customers with existing and new product offerings backed up with technical support and advice to meet industries' need for optimal performance and improved energy efficiency of equipment.'

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