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A WORLD CLASS OPERATION

Established in 1968, Midea is one of the world’s fastest growing companies– ranked number 183 by Forbes Global in 2021 – and a global manufacturer with factories in twelve countries across the world.

A TRUE GLOBAL PLAYER

With facilities in China, USA, Japan, Germany and Italy, Midea boasts an annual global HVAC capacity of over 52 million systems. In 2019 HVAC total global sales output reached over 40 million systems. This affirms Midea’s place as the WORLD’S No 1 MANUFACTURER of HVAC products.

A DECADE OF GROWTH

Midea annual sales in the last ten years have grown from $12bn to $40bn per annum based on a simple strategy of providing innovative, affordable, robust and reliable air conditioning products. With automated production facilities in twelve countries, served by Midea owned German robotic automation, Midea provide GLOBAL manufacturing accuracy that is only matched by companies such as BMW and Mercedes Benz.

Manufacturing a comprehensive range of systems including; DX split systems (1kW to 70kW), VRF systems (3HP to 88HP), Air Cooled Chillers (25kW to 2000kW), Water Cooled Screw Chillers (365kW to 985kW), Air Handling units (200m3/hr to 240,000m3/hr) and even the world’s most economical 7000kW Centrifugal Chiller, we can offer solutions for any environment.

INTERNATIONAL RECOGNITION

Having achieved over 40 design awards including reddot, iF, and the Good Design Awards, Midea also became the first manufacturer to receive the Eco-Friendly Blue Angel certification from the German environment agency after launching the world’s first eco-friendly air conditioner.

FIVE STAR SUCCESS STORIES

With an operating temperature range, from -32oC to +67oC, Midea is the perfect choice for air conditioning in some of the world’s harshest climates. This is demonstrated by a host of high profile customer success stories including the 2016 Rio de Janeiro Olympic Games, the 2018 FIFA World Cup in Russia and some of the largest VRF projects in the world.