Dubai’s Leminar signs cooling products distribution deal with US-based Rheem

By Arya M Nair, Official Reporter
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Leminar Air Conditioning Company, a reputed name in the HVAC and Plumbing sectors across the Arabian Gulf, has signed a distribution agreement with Rheem, an industry leader for comprehensive heating, cooling and water heating solutions.

The partnership fortifies the three-decades-long collaboration between the two companies expanding its portfolio of cooling solutions to include efficient water and air heating offerings.

Now the largest manufacturer of water heating products in North America, Rheem’s products are available in over 80 countries and span residential and commercial heating and cooling, conventional and hybrid storage-style water heaters, tankless water heaters, solar water heating systems, hydronic and geothermal systems and indoor air quality accessories making it one of the most-trusted one-stop air and water comfort solution providers.

Pramodh Idicheria
Pramodh Idicheria
COO – Leminar Global

“We are incredibly happy to fortify our over thirty-year long successful collaboration with Rheem through our latest distributorship agreement. The partnership will enable both companies to continue to jointly cater to the needs of the UAE market and bring a more extensive selection of futuristic air and water turnkey solutions to the region through Rheem’s wide range of products in both sectors. We look forward to replicating the success story we had in the air-conditioning arena for the water heating products segment as well.”

Mr. Brian Hempenstall, Managing Director, Rheem MEA said that “Rheem is ever-proud to be partnering with Leminar Air Conditioning Company again. The distributorship agreement will enable Rheem to ensure the availability of premium air and water heating solutions for customers in the UAE while enabling us to further expand our market presence through Leminar’s extensive distribution channels.”

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