Carrier, the commercial cooling products maker, has launched its new technology development centre at its Gurgaon facility.
Carrier, the commercial cooling products maker, will be launching its new technology development centre at its Gurgaon facility. The launch is part of the company’s efforts to consolidate its position in the Indian market.
Arun Bhatia, Controls & Security Managing Director (India), UTC Climate, said, "We are looking for the situation by localising more and more products in India, under make-in-India campaign and for that we are augmenting our engineering capabilities."
The new technology development centre features state-of-the-art laboratory and testing facilities would aid in the development of Carrier’s heating, ventilating and air conditioning (HVAC) products. It will serve as an engineering hub in the region.
"We have a 30-year-old factory in India but we are now changing its direction. In the last five years, we are focusing on commercial and light commercial segments," Bhatia added.
The company further stated, "By opening a development centre, Carrier engineers will have greater resources to develop next-generation products using the latest technologies, and can better deliver products that meet the region's high energy-efficiency standards."