Kawasaki-Shi, Japan – Toshiba Carrier Corporation announced that its subsidiary Toshiba Carrier Air Conditioning (China) Co. Ltd. (TCAC) has relocated to a new engineering and manufacturing facility recently completed in Qiantang New District, Hangzhou, China. The subsidiary held a ceremony to celebrate the opening of the new complex on June 18. The ceremony took place under COVID-19 recommended guidelines and was attended in person and remotely by distinguished guests and government officials.
The 72,000-square-metre facility is located on 53,300-square-metres of land and manufactures variable refrigerant flow (VRF) and other heating, ventilation and air conditioning (HVAC) products. The new complex features advanced technology for manufacturing facilities and testing laboratories, including a 115-metre high testing tower that is essential to ensure the reliability for high-rise buildings and cellar manufacturing systems with an automated guided vehicle to accomplish high productivity and quality.
“I am confident that the new complex will allow us to better serve our valued customers with better products through continued commitment to innovative technologies and smart manufacturing driven by digital transformation and human touch,” said Toru Kubo, President & CEO of Toshiba Carrier at the opening ceremony. “We will strive with the new complex to cater to challenges, such as energy issues and climate changes, and contribute to the local economy and communities through investment and job creation,” he added.