Emerson Introduces A New Products Division

November 24, 2004
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ST. LOUIS - Emerson Climate Technologies introduced its new Integrated Products division. The new division will use its manufacturing expertise to offer complete and comprehensive solutions designed to work in a variety of applications, either as a standard condensing unit, a customized unit with value-add options, or as part of a packaged turnkey refrigeration system, the company said. The creation of this new division reflects an ongoing focus within Emerson to provide integrated technology solutions globally to its customers.

By providing manufacturing services that add value to Copeland's standard condensing unit products, the Integrated Products division will help customers reduce their operating costs and accelerate their product development to gain a competitive advantage in the marketplace. By outsourcing condensing unit or refrigeration system manufacturing to Emerson, OEMs will be able to simplify their manufacturing process, redirect their resources to areas of growth, and better concentrate on their markets and customers, according to Emerson.

To highlight the change in business approach, new product labeling, packaging, catalogs, and other marketing communications materials reflecting the Emerson Climate Technologies brand will be phased in during the next several months.

Publication date: 11/29/2004

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