120 years ago, Willis Carrier came up with one cool invention: modern air conditioning. Originally developed to solve humidity problems affecting a printing press in Brooklyn, New York, Carrier’s innovation has gone on to transform the way we live, enable the birth of new industries, and literally make modern life as we know it possible.
Since Carrier’s invention 120 years ago, modern air conditioning – and the company born out of it – has changed the way people live, work, learn and play across the globe. It has kept travellers cool and comfortable on trains and ships, fuelled the skyward expansion of cities around the world, helped preserve history and supported the start of the digital age.
“At Carrier, we put people and the planet first by developing new technology that enhances wellbeing and improves health and safety, while reducing emissions and preserving our planet,” said Betrand Rotagnon, UK Country Leader and Sales Director for Northern Europe, Carrier. “We have been at the forefront of innovation since 1902, and we are ready for the next 120 years of providing sustainable solutions.”
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