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McQuay Relaunches as Daikin Applied

Company Aims to Continue to Advance Technologies in North American HVAC Market

December 2, 2013
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MINNEAPOLIS — Daikin McQuay is looking to the future under a new brand — Daikin. The manufacturer will now do business as Daikin Applied, harnessing the global capabilities of its parent company.

Since Daikin’s purchase of McQuay Intl. in 2006, McQuay (now Daikin Applied) has seen new management, new technologies, and a name change which “signals a strong commitment from Daikin Industries,” the company said.

“We’re excited about our future and our new approach to the market,” said Martin Sierra, vice president, strategic marketing at Daikin Applied. “With the Daikin name, we will continue to fully leverage the global knowledge and expertise of our parent company to benefit North American customers. This means being able to access the world’s very best resources and to provide our customers with the latest technological advancements that meet their HVAC needs — something only the market leader can deliver.”

Daikin Applied remains committed to its long-standing customer relationships established under the McQuay Intl. brand, the company said, and intends to draw upon global expertise, ideas, and resources to continue to advance technologies in the North American HVAC market.

Publication date: 12/2/2013 

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