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Built-Mech & Carrier celebrate longstanding partnership


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Built-Mech Managing Director M.N. Nowfell receiving the award from UTC Climate, Controls and Security – India Region Managing Director Arun Bhatia

Built-Mech Services was recognised as a longstanding partner in providing MVAC systems in Sri Lanka recently at the grand opening of Carrier Aircon Lanka’s new office. 

The company has been one of the pioneers in bringing the Carrier and Toshiba brands to service the local market for over 25 years. Built-Mech has added big names such as MAS, Brandix, Ceylon Biscuits, Airport Aviation, Ramada, Marriot, Hilton, Galadari, Fonterra and Wijeya Newspapers to Carrier’s clientele locally. 

Innovative engineering, the latest technology and efficiency have been the cornerstones of Carrier’s success in providing the best solutions suited for any industry backed by a legacy of experience. The global recognition earned by Carrier coupled with the dynamic and vigorous salesmanship offered by the Built-Mech sales team won the accolades of the investors for the overseas projects in countries such as Bangladesh, the Maldives, Vietnam and the Middle East. 

With this commitment and continuous support, Built-Mech has been successfully bagging the award for Best Sales Achievement from Carrier for several consecutive years.   

 


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