Daikin Applied Awarded Contract by The Cooperative Purchasing Network
Contract gives members more options as they seek the latest HVAC equipment and solutions
MINNEAPOLIS — Daikin Applied has been awarded a national contract by The Cooperative Purchasing Network’s (TCPN’s) lead government agency, Region 4 Education Service Center. With this contract, schools, states, and local governments now have more options as they seek the latest HVAC equipment and solutions to create more energy efficient and comfortable building environments.
The contract was awarded at the conclusion of a competitive bidding process designed to give TCPN members a stronger position when it comes to buying commonly purchased products and services.
As an approved vendor to TCPN, members will have access to Daikin’s full scope of products ranging from residential and light commercial to commercial HVAC systems. TCPN members will also be able to easily access Daikin Applied’s comprehensive services, which include maintenance agreements and repair services, and turnkey solutions for HVAC system replacement and upgrades, as well as start-up services and rental chillers for temporary cooling.
“We’re pleased to join TCPN in serving its members with our proven HVAC solutions. TCPN members will find our team ready to step in and design and deliver total building efficiency,” said Kirk Thorne, executive vice president, sales and marketing, Daikin Applied. “We understand they need flexible, energy efficient comfort solutions that meet environmental and fiscal goals. We’re prepared to help TCPN members in any way we can with differentiated technology and services.”
For more information about The Cooperative Purchasing Network, visit www.tcpn.org.
For more information about Daikin Applied, visit www.daikinapplied.com.
Publication date: 10/1/2015