A-Gas acquires Vemac Services


-Gas has acquired Singapore- based refrigerant company Vemac Services.

Vemac, established in 1978, is a market leader in the recovery, r eclamation and sales of refrigerants in Singapore and neighbouring countries.

Group chief executive offi offi e rffic

of A-Gas, Andrew Ambrose, said: “This is an exciting addition to our p ortfolio and will enable us to further strengthen our global presence in refrigerant recovery and reclamation. Vemac will be an ideal platform for our further expansion into the South E ast Asian markets. We are looking forward to investing and growing our off ring acros s

e nvironmental services off ffe

these markets with the support of the V emac team.”

Managing director of Vemac,

Kenny Huang, said: “This is a great opportunity for Vemac to expand further afi eld and to utilise A-Gas’ expertise and proven track record in the global refrigerants market. Our

vision and values are a close fi are a close fit wit h

A-Gas and we are looking forward to e xciting times ahead working within the newly expanded team.”

Vemac employs approximately 25 people across the business, including in-house engineers and technicians o ff ering specialist recovery and

r eclamation services on-site. Vemac i s introducing a bespoke refrigerant cleaning service targeting energy savings in the HVAC chiller sector. This is the fourth acquisition of a r efrigerants business by A-Gas since the mid-2017 investment in the company by private equity fi

ate equity firm KKR. fi

A-Gas bought the Netherlands- based reclamation business BTC in 2017, and in 2018 acquired leading supplier of refrigerants to the

European automotive sector, Arthur Friedrichs Kältemittel.

T he business also bought USA- based refrigerant reclamation specialist Diversifi ed Pure Chem in 2017 as part of a wider global growth plan.

Dunham-Bush signs exclusive agreement with Eco-Airvent


unham- Bush, one of Europe’s


m anufacturers of heat emitters a nd chillers, has

signed an exclusive agreement with Eco-Airvent to manufacture and

distribute the company’s range of v entilation products, including its patented Classmaster and VHR heat recovery units.

Eco-Airvent managing director Gary Morgan (left) with Dunham-Bush managing director, Mike Holding. Developed over several years, the n ew products will off er a proven solution to the requirements of BB 101: (Ventilation, thermal comfort and indoor air quality 2018) and will be available throughout the UK and Southern Ireland through Dunham-

Bush’s existing sales network.

D unham-Bush managing director, Mike Holding, said: “These cutting edge products complement our existing range and will help to improve indoor air quality in school classrooms and colleges in an energy e fficient manner by making use of v ariable heat recovery.”

Dunham-Bush’s current range

includes chillers, LST radiators, radiant panels, fan convectors, door curtains, trench and perimeter heating and fan coil units.

Precision invests in production facilities F

ollowing continued growth and the need for further capacity in its factory, Precision Refrigeration has announced a £250,000

investment into its production facilities.

Precision plans to alter the layout of the factory and the way its fridge units are manufactured, in order to meet rising customer demand.

Nick Williams, managing director of Precision,

said: “Thanks to the hard work of all of our staff and partners, we have grown through difficult market conditions and uncertain global times. We have seen our sales increase by 25 percent year- on-year over the last 10 years, and we forecast this increase to continue going forward.”

Mr Williams also announced plans for the firm to bolster its factory workforce by

workforce by an additional 30%. y


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