Wozair Ltd has acquired Jet Environmental Systems Ltd, the provider of temperature control solutions for industrial and commercial buildings, and its sister company Jet AHU Ltd, which supplies and installs air handling units, having purchased 100 per cent of the companies’ shares.
Wozair Ltd is a privately owned international HVAC equipment manufacturer with a turnover of £39m in 2015. Its headquarters are in the UK and it has operations in Europe, Singapore, Dubai, Korea, USA and Australia. It provides specialist solutions in a diverse range of industrial sectors.
In a letter to clients and suppliers, Jason Hibbs, managing director at Jet Environmental, said: “The purchase is very positive and a major milestone in the development of the Jet businesses, ensuring a solid platform for geographic expansion and product development.”
Mr Hibbs also confirmed that he and Jet Environmental’s senior management team will remain in place. “Jet’s success in providing the best air induction HVAC systems is down to its people and I am pleased that the same team that has supported the business for many years are looking forward to the next phase in our company’s history.”
Established in 1981, Jet Environmental works with the UK’s leading consultants, contractors and end users to provide energy efficient climate control solutions for large volume buildings. The company works across diverse sectors including pharmaceutical, confectionery, vehicle manufacturing and heavy industry. Clients include the NHS, Boots, AstraZeneca, GlaxoSmithKline, Sainsbury’s, Tesco, Waitrose, ASDA, Rolls Royce, L’Oreal, Debenhams, Argos and B&Q.
Jet Environmental has installations in buildings up to 40m high and 1,500,000sq m in volume. Examples include logistics warehouses, mezzanine areas, retail park stores, leisure and exhibition centres, production and maintenance facilities and mail service centres.
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