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Swegon aiming hire and higher

30 October 2017

It was back in 2013 that Swedish-owned company Swegon took over cooling hire specialist Chillers4Hire as part of its acquisition of the Coolmation Group. 

Four years later, having recognised the opportunity in the HVAC hire market, Swegon has continued to invest heavily in its sales force and fleet of hire equipment. This investment, along with 30 years of hire market experience, has led to a loyal, enviable client base, increased repeat orders and booming new business. Clients are in the automotive, construction, events and film industries, as well as facilities management, healthcare and the NHS.

Demonstrating its continued success and investment in the hire sector, Swegon opened a new dedicated hire centre this year in Coalville, near Leicester. If that wasn’t enough, they have also recently added a new range of energy-efficient electric, diesel and air-to-air heaters to their ever expanding product range.

Stephen Busette, Head of Swegon Hire, says “this is an incredibly exciting time for our hire division. We work in a fast paced environment where not only is the pressure to perform at its peak; it is also an environment where the customer needs assurance of a capable and dependable service…that’s where we come in”

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