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LG is still no.1

LG Electronics has been named as the top-selling air conditioning product for the seventh consecutive year by Japanese market research company Fuji-Keizai.
According to the latest figures, 62.97 million air conditioning units were sold worldwide in 2006, with LG responsible for 19.5% of the total, or 12.28 million units.

In terms of sales value, Carrier is still the top company worldwide, followed by Trane, Daikin and York

This year, LG plans to expand its overseas production rate to 60%, with a production target of 16 million air conditioners. The company's overseas production rate in 2006 was 55%, accounting for 14.80 million units.

As a company, air conditioning accounts for 12% of LG's turnover.

World Refrigeration Day

Industry has embraced the inaugural World Refrigeration Day (WRD) with events happening all over the world....

  25-Jun-2019
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Keeping the costs down in small businesses

Running a small business can be extremely difficult, the demands and pressures are so different compared to running a business of a larger size. One of the most important aspects of keeping this sort of business afloat is to try to keep costs down ...

  16-Jan-2020

New Zanotti GM Wall Mounted Monoblock

AFR Refrigeration Ltd introduces the new GM range of through wall mounted monoblocks with refreshed modern appearance and upgraded touch style control panel keypad.
  17-Jan-2020
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