ACR-News
8 February 2016

AIAC expands Johannesburg presence

AIAC Air Conditioning South Africa, part of the Airedale International group and a manufacturer of air conditioning and IT cooling systems, has moved to larger premises.

AIAC Air Conditioning South Africa, part of the Airedale International group and a manufacturer of air conditioning and IT cooling systems, has moved to larger premises.

The new premises are located on the 154 Schooner St, Laser Park, Honeydew, Johannesburg and the company has been there since 1 December 2015.

AIAC has established a reputation for quality British/South African engineered cooling solutions that deliver industry-leading energy efficiency, reduced operating costs and maximum resilience. Clients include Vodacom, Barclays Absa Bank, First National Bank, Ford, Google, Liberty Life and MTN.

The relocation comes as a result of AIAC’s phenomenal growth over the past few years, which has seen the workforce increase to now employing 35 people. 

General manager Andrew Koeslag said: 'AIAC continues to go from strength to strength and the move is down to many factors but increasingly we have been winning a large amount of business both from within our Johannesburg base and on a national level. Quite simply, we've outgrown our existing premises and this move is an exciting new progressive development for us.”

He continued: “We have almost doubled the production footprint of our original site, added more controlled stores areas and the factory layout and way in which we manufacture units is now improved and aligned with our head office in the UK.”

All work on the new site is expected to be complete by the end of February 2016.

 

 

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