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November 03, 2011

Daikin News Bulletin November 2011

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Friday July 29, 2011

Daikin Bulletin News – Daikin became World’s No. 1 Company

Main Content Inline SmallDaikin Industries Ltd., Japan – the market leader in the premium air-conditioning market today announced that during the financial year 2010-11 it has become the No.1 supplier in the global air conditioning (AC) market, with global sales revenues of 940 billion yen (USD 11.3billion),  an increase of 10% from the previous year.

In 2001, Daikin set itself a definite target to become the “World’s No.1 Company in Air-conditioning” and since then it has been steering that vision though diverse business scenarios to secure this target . This historical achievement was made possible through significant sales contribution from emerging countries in Europe & America.

As part of this, Daikin will comprehensively enhance its strengths as a specialist in ductless air-conditioning, at the same time as pursuing new business creations in areas peripheral to the core business.
In addition, a flexible alliance and partnership strategy will be adopted to rapidly transform various business opportunities into concrete results.

While business scale has achieved the global number one position in the global AC, Daikin also seeks to become the clear leader in the Reefer Container business by offering the best products and services in the world.  Daikin simultaneously strives to develop business in each region of the world and to become a welcomed and accepted presence in all of the markets that it serves.

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