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Alongside Junichi Takahashi (second from the right), manager for Overseas Marketing Section of Nakatsugawa Works, are IEE representatives (from left) Fortunato Davantes Jr., PME assistant VP of AC and DG Department, Alfred Pantaleon, assistant VP for EE Installation, Localization, and Safety, Itsuo Arakawa, IEE executive VP, Ramoncito Ocampo, IEE president, and Melecio Vicencio, IEE VP and treasurer.

THE International Elevator and Equipment, Inc. (IEE), distributor of Mitsubishi Electric in the Philippines and #1 in the elevator business for 40 years running, showcased its innovative air-conditioner-related technology at the 30th Philconstruct Exhibit at the SMX Convention Center Manila. The unique Lossnay Heat-Exchange Technology, introduced first and offered only by Mitsubishi Electric, effectively and efficiently helps refresh a room’s air quality while maintaining temperature and humidity levels which make for a more comfortable indoor environment, with substantial sustainable energy savings to boot.

According to Junichi Takahashi, manager for Overseas Marketing Section of Nakatsugawa Works the one-of-a-kind technology enjoys a 75 percent market share in Japan, with plans to expand market reach all around Asia in the coming years. The Lossnay Heat-Exchange Technology is but one of the many innovative tech that IEE recently showcased, after its release of their new chiller line just last year. The company, now on its 50th year in the country, has also pledged its technologies to the success of the Philippine Construction Industry Roadmap 2020 to 2030: a project prepared in partnership with the DTI and Construction Industry Authority of the Philippines.



 
 

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