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Air Care gets boost from Johnson Controls

Building efficiency expert Johnson Controls has announced that it has appointed Air Care as its authorised building control specialist (ABCS) for Bermuda.

The Milwaukee-based Johnson Controls provides energy-efficient commercial products and services, including heating, ventilating, air conditioning, refrigeration and security systems. The company has had a presence in Bermuda for decades but also has more than 1,300 locations worldwide.

As the ABCS for Johnson Controls Building Efficiency in Bermuda, Air Care will promote, sell, install and provide local support for Johnson Controls products. Air Care will have direct access to the equipment, pricing and technical specifications for all Johnson Controls products, allowing the company to deal more efficiently and provide current information to its clients on pricing and inventory availability.

“While we have worked with Johnson Controls for many, many years and it’s exciting to be now appointed as the official Authorised Building Control Specialist for Bermuda,” said Craig Stevenson, manager of Business Development and Sales for Air Care. “We take a truly consultative approach with our clients and we believe that this new relationship with Johnson Controls will enable us to further expand our capability as a building controls specialist on the Island, while offering better value to our clients. We look forward to partnering with Johnson Controls for many more years.”

Gary Brimmage, vice-president and managing director for Johnson Controls Latin America added: “Awarding the Johnson Controls Bermuda distributorship to Air Care reflects increased sales of our products over time. We are confident that Air Care will provide the highest standards of competence and workmanship that clients have come to expect both from Air Care and Johnson Controls in this important market.”

Matt Walker, a former Johnson Controls employee, will lead Air Care’s expertise in Johnson Controls solutions as manager of the Building Automation Division at Air Care. He will continue to offer advice to clients in addition to working on the building automation project for the new hospital, which was awarded to Johnson Controls and Air Care.

Johnson Controls will be providing Air Care with factory training and promotes the training of specialists by their partners to ensure delivery of services at the highest level to their customers.

Photo (left to right): Matt Walker, Air Care; Craig Stevenson, Air Care; Buddy Waters, Johnson Controls; Robert Plant, Air Care; and Joao Violante, Johnson Controls

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Published December 21, 2012 at 8:00 am (Updated December 20, 2012 at 7:06 pm)

Air Care gets boost from Johnson Controls

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