Inventor, Cryogeny seal pact to provide resilient air conditioning systems
Cryogeny Global Resources Limited, a subsidiary of Pera-Beam Limited, recently partnered with Inventor, Greece based company to make its products available to the Nigerian market.
Inventor’s range of home and commercial air conditioning systems, which will be marketed by Cryogeny, was launched in Lagos.
The Managing Director, Cryogeny, Yemi Bilesanmi, stated that the Inventor products ranged from one horsepower air conditioners to full-fledged industrial ACs.
He said: “We are starting from room AC to the commercial VRM, big enough to power a whole stadium. Cryogeny is a subsidiary of Pera-Beam, and a trading company that will bring in these products and ride on the back of Pera-Beam, which has 50 years of experience in sales, installation, maintenance and hire.
“Before Cryogeny brings in the products, Pera-Beam would have gone to look for clients, because it has them as a company that can handle LG, Daiken and Panasonic, among others, and now, Inventor.”
He added that the firm had been test-running the products for about five years by hiring them out to organisations, which had attested to their effectiveness.
“Before you prove your backing of a product, you must check the efficiency and effectiveness of the product. We have been using Inventor for the past five years now even though we had not brought it out to the public. We have been hiring to Guinness, Unilever and Arik Air. And having used it in our hire business and seen its efficiency and ruggedness, we decided to market it in Nigeria,” Bilesanmi added.
He said Inventor products were affordable and efficient with anti-corrosive properties, making them good for homes and offices.
The Managing Director, Pera-Beam, Adeola Akindele, stated that the company and its subsidiary, Cryogeny, looked for a global brand that had a business in tandem with its system and discovered Inventor.
“Inventor is not after much volume but aims to produce quality products that can stand the test of time,” he noted.
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