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Walton launches new AC models

  • Published at 01:15 am August 30th, 2019
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The fresh models of AC under 24,000 British Thermal Unit (BTU) are featured with IoT based smart inverter, twin fold inverter and fixed speed, a press release said on Thursday

Bangladeshi electronics giant Walton has launched a new series of its air conditioner (AC) named “Krystaline” with three models. 

The fresh models of AC under 24,000 British Thermal Unit (BTU) are featured with IoT based smart inverter, twin fold inverter and fixed speed, a press release said yesterday.

Mahtab Uddin Ahmed, chief executive officer (CEO) and managing director of Robi, unveiled the new models ACs as the chief guest at Walton Hi-Tech Industries Limited (WHIL) in Chandra, Gazipur on Wednesday.

Robi CEO said: “Mahtab Uddin Ahmed said: “I am overwhelmed to see the gigantic factory of Walton. Their young engineers designed such a wonderful AC with attractive features. Walton has brought revolution in the electronics and technology products manufacturing industry in Bangladesh.”

WHIL’s Vice-Chairman SM Shamsul Alam and Director SM Mahbubul Alam were present on the occasion.

Walton AC Chief Executive Officer Md Tanvir Rahman, Executive Director Sirajul Islam, Chief Operating Officer Engr Ishaque Rony, Additional Operative Director Khondker Shahriar Murshid, Deputy Operative Director Mofizur Rahman and Walton AC R&D Head Sondip Biswas were present at the time, among others.

Walton AC CEO Tanvir Rahman said: “We are committed to deliver the latest technology products to consumers at affordable prices. Walton has its own research and development (R&D) department, where young and skilled engineers of the country are constantly researching.”

“For which Walton ACs become hotcake in the local market. The international standard Walton ACs are also being exported to many countries. We have signed contacts with various renowned global brands including South Korean Hyundai and a top brand from India to supply ACs,” he added.