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Red Dot expands its HVAC reach into southern Africa

first_imgRed Dot Europe has welcomed Trysome Auto-Electrical Engineering Ltd into its global network of heavy-duty mobile HVAC units and parts dealers to reach customers throughout southern Africa.The new partnership enables Red Dot to expand its global footprint while granting aftermarket customers greater access to Red Dot’s selection of leading products for operator comfort and safety, it said.Trysome, southern Africa’s largest single-source supplier of heavy-duty auto-electrical components and collision avoidance systems, provides specialised auto-electrical and replacement components, technical services and collision avoidance systems for construction, agricultural, trucking and mining machinery.Following this agreement, customers can now purchase Red Dot products through Trysome’s branches located in South Africa provinces Gauteng, KwaZulu Natal, Mpumalanga, North West, Northern Cape and Western Cape and across the border in Botswana, Mozambique, Zambia and Namibia.“We are thrilled to partner with Trysome as a global Red Dot distributor,” said Andy Elshaw, Managing Director of Red Dot Europe. “This new relationship presents a tremendous opportunity for both Trysome and Red Dot to serve heavy-duty fleets throughout the region, and foster relationships in this leading market for construction, mining and agricultural equipment.”Red Dot offers a range of industrial mobile heating, ventilation and air conditioning (HVAC) units, parts and components for transport and heavy machinery.The company said: “With heating and cooling solutions developed for trucking, agriculture, industrial and construction applications, all Red Dot units and parts are built to last in any demanding environment.Not only does Red Dot design and manufacture complete HVAC units and kits for rooftops, trailers and cabins, it is also a full-line distributor of condensers, compressors, filters, thermostats, switches, fans and many other replacement parts for OE units.last_img read more