QleanAir, the provider of solutions for clean indoor air, has announced its first two orders from the production industry in Japan for industrial air cleaners.
The first two orders for the Scandinavian company in Japan came for the industrial air cleaner QleanAir FS 70. The first order is a six-year contract signed with a carbon filter producer in Kyoto and the second order is a three-year contract signed with a chemical processing plant in Tokyo. Both companies want to improve their indoor air for their employees for safety purposes.
"This is a major break-through on the Japanese market, that we expect will contribute to the continued growth for QleanAir in Japan," said Christina Lindstedt, CEO of QleanAir.
QleanAir is a market leader in Japan within Cabin Solutions and is very strong in the office segment there too. QleanAir's activity in Japan was extended to Air Cleaners during 2021, which has been received very well. The company's freestanding air cleaners with HEPA 14 filters have been widely used to protect office staff from coronavirus and to create an overall better indoor air quality.
Breaking into the production industry in Japan for the first time is a significant event in QleanAir's history.
"We are proud to contribute to workplace health and safety in new market segments," said Glen Shimizu, Managing Director of QleanAir Japan. "This will pave the way for additional business opportunities on the Japanese market."