Softlogic launches Panasonic’s new ‘Eco Navi’ room air-conditioners

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Panasonic together with Softlogic announced the introduction of eight  new room air conditioner models under the ‘Eco Navi’ series at Sri Lanka Architect Exhibition 2011.

Uni Walkers Director Marketing Ms. Desiree Karunaratne (left); Kazuhiro Yamanishi, General Manager – Marketing Group, Corporate Management Division for Asia and Oceania, Panasonic Corporation; and Un Walkers Director P. Nirmalan (right) with a model displaying the new “ECO NAVI” Room Air-Conditioners launched recently in Sri Lanka

Eco Navi’ is the brand new technology by Panasonic, standing for ‘Ecology (=Energy Saving) Navigation,’ which automatically senses the human presence, location and activity level to operate itself in the most efficient and energy saving way.

These new models are guaranteed to bring the reduction of energy consumption to a new level by just one touch of a button while realising optimum performance, flexibility and high-efficiency.  models include CS/CU-S10MKH, CS/CU-S13MKH, CS/CU-S18MKH, CS/CU-S24MKH, CS/CU-C9MKH, CS/CU-C12MKH, CS/CU-C18MKH and CS/CU-C24MKH.

Kazuhiro Yamanishi – General Manager of Panasonic Corporation, Corporate Management Division for Asia and Oceania of Panasonic Corporation, who was present on this special occasion, said that he was happy to share Panasonic’s cutting-edge energy saving technologies with thousands of discerning Sri Lankans.

“Reducing energy consumption is one of the ways we can contribute to the environment. This is consistent with our Green Life Innovation concept, where we realise green lifestyles to enrich people’s lives through save, create, store and manage energy. These new air-conditioners will further strengthen our foothold on the aspect of saving energy. In fact, we will continue to introduce No. 1 energy-saving products as the inventor of cutting-edge technologies. This is also a step towards our goal of becoming the No. 1 Green Innovation Company in the electronics industry by 2018.”

At the exhibition, Panasonic also launched flexi system multi air-conditioning system, the world’s first  ultra-large full HD 3D plasma displays (world’s first as of 9 June 2010, according to a survey by Panasonic; 103-inch was displayed at the exhibition) and a wide variety of system products such as PBX, phone, fax, security camera and ceiling fan, which are intended to mainly attract architects and business-to-business customers.

Yamanishi continued: “We are confident that Panasonic can be a huge contributor in the BtoB field as well as the consumer market, offering the widest product range under ‘Our Solution, Your Value.’”

Director Marketing of Uni Walkers Pvt. Ltd. Desiree Karunaratne said: “We are delighted to be able to partner with Panasonic and introduce innovative products in such quick succession to the market. Last month saw us jointly unveiling the Panasonic 3D camcorder to the market and today we are pleased to welcome in the ‘Eco Navi’ range of air conditioners, which comes with industry leading features. By this we are opening the door to more energy saving opportunities and helping conserve nature.

“We are also pleased to unveil the much talked about world’s first ultra-large full HD 3D professional 103-inch plasma TV. Softlogic has always been in the forefront of offering our loyal customers the best technology and products that help enable a superior lifestyle and this launch is another testimony of that initiative together with Panasonic she added.”