Asim Ansari - Export Sales Manager
Asim Ansari is the Export Sales Manager for Airedale International Air Conditioning Ltd.
Asim joined Airedale directly from Humberside College of Technology in 1990 and has been involved within the Export Sales team for the last 27 years.
He is responsible for Airedale’s Global Export Sales, and strategic growth targets through both direct and indirect sales activities.
Asim has an HND in Refrigeration & Air Conditioning, an MSc in Executive Leadership from Leeds University and is a Chartered Manager. In his spare time Asim enjoys travel and keeping fit.
First Azure R32 Units Installed
Two Times Manufacturer of the Year
Date: 02nd December 2019 | Posted in: Press release
Airedale were recently awarded the title “Manufacturer of the Year” by both the Yorkshire Post and CIBSE Yorkshire. Here’s the inside story of how we have risen to the pinnacle of manufacturing in Yorkshire!
The Challenges and Opportunities in Data Centre Cooling
Date: 26th November 2019 | Posted in: Blog
Data Centre expert Matt Evans shares his thoughts on the continued industry confusion / resistance around ASHRAE server inlet air temperature guidelines.
Airedale selected by CyrusOne to Implement Cooling Solutions in European Data Centres
Data Centre Cooling Summit 2019
What does ‘Made in Britain’ mean to people today?
Airedale Shortlisted for 'Manufacturer of the Year' in Yorkshire Post's Excellence in Business Awards
In the air conditioning world, the “F-word” that is on everyone’s lips, is F-gas!
Date: 22nd July 2019 | Posted in: Blog
The first in a new series of R&D blogs from Jade Swan-McCay, Laboratory Engineer at Airedale. This month's topic: F-Gas and the work behind the scenes involved when developing products for new refrigerants.
Date: 21st July 2019 | Posted by: Airedale Team | Posted in: Blog
Growing populations, intensive urbanisation and industrialisation are putting strains on global water resource like never before. In 2015 the World Economic Forum in Davos listed “water crises” for the first time as the world’s leading threat - As an industry we cannot ignore this.
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