Indian technology firm Daikin will launch their energy efficient products in the
Vice President, Exports at DIAPL Manoj Agarwal says
Agarwal says the entry of
This will among others involve distribution of Daikin products, after sale services as well as training of both customers and those handling the products. “These services would be provided by our partners who act as our extended arms. We’ll value add to our partners by investing in them through upgrading their skills both technically as well as in soft skills,” said Agarwal. He adds that Daikin products are backed by a strong after-sales support.
The official launch of Daikin products comes at a time when the housing agenda, of President
This is mainly influenced by extreme weather patterns, blamed on climate change. Unlike in the past when hotels and some commercial buildings were the main customers for air conditioning products, there have been tremendous growth in the sale of such products for use in residential homes as the Kenyan middle class seek to extend the facilities, they enjoy at their work place to their homes.
“We intend to make our products available and accessible to all our desired customers for both residential and commercial applications. This is because our global proposition is to make premium yet affordable products,” Agarwal says.
Daikin’s global policy also requires that the firm’s products are handled by partners “who act as our extended hands. In
In addition, he says Kenyans are conscious about energy conservation with most preferring products that are energy efficient, which is a key aspect for Daikin products. This is backed by the new
The launch of Daikin’s products in
Daikin products have been informally sold in
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