product range with the addition of Clint and Montair liquid chillers, furthering a partnership formed in November 2017 between Fujitsu General Limited and G.I Holdings S.p.A for commercial business development. Launched at the company’s recent open day event, which saw over 100 customers and guests visit its Elstree HQ, Fujitsu’s new offering will cover both air-cooled and water- cooled liquid chillers, in heat pump and cooling only


models. Pre- and post-sales product support will be co-ordinated by Fujitsu’s UK technical team based at the organisation’s UK head office, with relevant product training courses to be announced shortly.

Ian Carroll, chief operating officer, Fujitsu General Air Conditioning UK said: “This is an important joint product development for both companies, and we are excited about the new products coming through. We will combine the extensive technological resource available throughout the organisation and its partners, with the high- quality level of support provided by the teams in the UK. The Clint and Montair combinations with new low GWP refrigerant options will provide the opportunity to meet specifications across a wide market.” Fujitsu General Air Conditioning UK has also launched two new partner schemes. ‘Infinity

Partner’ and ‘Infinity Partner Elite’ both provide comprehensive training programmes with extended periods of product warranty and further support services to Fujitsu customers. Focusing on education, there is no minimum value of sales to achieve membership. On completion of a number of technical training courses each year, Infinity Partners and Infinity Elite Partners will receive extended product warranties. Martyn Ives, Fujitsu’s technical manager said: “We have seen that customers who undertake a comprehensive product training programme are less likely to raise a warranty claim than those who have not been trained. Education is a main focus of Fujitsu and is a key reason why we have taken this step to link the two together in our new approach.”

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ujitsu General Air Conditioning has extended its UK


Fujitsu to supply the UK market with Clint and Montair liquid chillers


New Broadmoor Hospital: West London NHS Trust takes formal possession of hospital buildings

est London NHS Trust has taken formal possession of the new Broadmoor Hospital from the construction company, Kier. Following the Trust’s decision to approve takeover of the five new hospital buildings, work will now begin on preparations to transfer patients currently being cared for in Britain’s oldest high secure psychiatric hospital to a modern, state of the art of the facility.


Carolyn Regan, chief executive of West London NHS Trust, said: “This is a critical step towards the delivery of significant improvements to the way in which we are able to care for patients in Broadmoor Hospital.

“Many people have worked hard to ensure that we get to this point. I would like to pay particular tribute to the outstanding work of our staff whose compassion and care are all the more remarkable given the restrictions and limitations imposed by the current environment.

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“This move, from a hospital which is more than 150 years old to one which has been purpose built to provide a safe, therapeutic environment for the delivery of care fit for the 21st century, focuses on hope and recovery and the Trust’s commitment to supporting patients to take a more active role in their care.”

Ben Stevenson, operations director Kier Major Projects, commented: “We're delighted to hand over the first phase of the Broadmoor Hospital redevelopment programme. This is a crucial step towards providing a modernised and safe environment and we look forward to seeing patients and staff move into the new facilities."

Features of the new hospital, located in the current grounds to the west of the existing buildings, include spacious ward areas, maximising the use of natural light, clear lines of sight to ensure staff and patient safety, and a layout designed to enable the supervised movement of patients.


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