Firm commits to sustainable energy efficiency for households
One of the worldwide leaders in the thermal comfort industry, Ariston has reaffirmed its commitment to promoting energy efficiency in various households or homes by providing quality and energy-efficient products or solutions.
The Managing Director, Central Africa, Ariston Group, Solomon Umoh, who disclosed this during the Country Manager forum with the media titled, “We are Champion, Ariston goes Renewable with Water Heaters, saves Double-Digit Energy Cost,” stressed that the company is promoting energy efficiency through its sustainable growth strategy.
He noted that the development of renewable and high-efficiency products, as well as solutions has been designed to conform to reduce energy consumption, without sacrificing comfort.
According to him, the health crisis due to the COVID-19 pandemic brought to the fore the significance of “comfort” regarding safety and security. “ The company is irrevocably committed to delivering comfort to everyone, when and where needed, with its portfolio’s wide range of water heating and heating products,” Umoh said.
He advised Nigerians to bathe more with warm water, significantly boosting their health. “Hot showers and baths can inflame the skin, causing redness, itching, and even peeling — similar to a sunburn. They also can disrupt the skin’s natural moisture balance, robbing you of natural oils, fats, and proteins that keep skin healthy,” he said.
Also speaking at the occasion, the Head of Marketing, Central Africa, Ariston Group, Habeeb Somoye, disclosed that the Group had since 2010 embarked on a significant growth journey that had seen it expand its footprint in Nigeria and other emerging markets.
He further noted that the company’s investment in research and development has continued to yield fruitful results, as can be seen from the multiple advanced products in its portfolio.
Somoye said Ariston has been at the forefront of innovation by designing and offering solutions that are unique, reliable, and of good quality.
He explained further that energy efficiency and the development of renewable energy-based technologies remain the critical drivers of growth for the company in Nigeria and globally.
“At Ariston, our quality culture starts from the ability to design and manufacture products that meet the highest quality standards and the needs of our customers all over the world — and then involves all business processes, from supplier management to support services, to improve the experience of those relying on our solutions continuously. Our value proposition is focused on satisfying consumers, seeking to exceed their expectations,” he said.