Schneider Electric signs new precision cooling partner High Technology Control

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Schneider Electric signs new precision cooling partner High Technology Control
Andrew Kirker, Schneider Electric

Schneider Electric has selected Sydney-based High Technology Control (HTC) as a new specialist partner for precision cooling products in Australia.

“HTC is a leading variable speed drive distributor with a proven track record, enabling us to reach new markets,” Schneider Electric general manager of lines of business, IT division Andrew Kirker said.

“We’re confident this new partnership will increase our customer exposure and help us access a wide target audience in the precision cooling industry.”

HTC currently distributes industrial products from ABB, BEI Sensors, Fagor Automation and Glentek Servo Systems, as well as medical technology such as bench sterilisers, hospital beds, examination couches and operating tables.

“A new chapter has begun in HTC’s journey to be a first class supplier to the HVACR (heating, ventilation, air conditioning and refrigeration) industry that has provided growth to us for many years”, HTC national HVAC manager Michael Linden said.

“The strategic alliance combines the strengths of both organisations, offering customers a quality product range backed by the levels of technical and customer support that has made us the benchmark in the industry for many years,” HTC general manager Ahmad Amiri said.

Schneider Electric national sales manager, IT division Karthik Iyer said the new partnership will “best serve the company’s aspirations” for continued growth in its precision cooling business.

Schneider Electric's other Australian distributors include Ingram Micro, Dicker Data and Pacific Datacom.

Story updated 28 February 11.38am with clarifications from Schneider Electric.

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