Success for Lindab's residential ventilation in Italy

2013-01-17 08:33:13 -

Lindab has recently supplied a complete indoor climate system with heat recovery
to a prestigious residential property in central Turin, Italy. The building,
Palazzo San Carlo, which is a classified heritage building, is being refurbished
to very high standards with energy efficiency demands exceeding the European

Andrea Chieregato, Manager of Tecno Engineering, the climate system contractor,
comments: "The goal was to create a first class residence in an extremely energy
efficient building while keeping its historical character. Lindab has strong
technical competence and we were confident that they would deliver a complete
solution that is both silent and efficient."

Nils-Johan Andersson, Lindab's Business Area Manager for Ventilation comments:
"We estimate that the European Residential ventilation market is worth around
EUR 1 bn and growing strongly, driven by EU directives with growing demands on
energy efficiency in buildings. For Lindab this means a strong growth potential
from quite a low level. The new concept Lindab Inside is addressing this market
with individual solutions adapted regionally. During 2012 Lindab has been
particularly successful in Italy and France, and the Palazzo San Carlo is a very
good example".


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Lindab's residential ventilation.

Residential ventilation is a segment that grows by around 20 percent annually in
Europe, strongly driven by EU directives with stronger demands on energy
efficiency in buildings. Each country has different norms and conditions, which
demand individual solutions. Lindab's offering for residential ventilation,
Lindab Inside, is currently available in five European countries and will be
launched in further five this year. During 2012 Lindab has noted particular
success in Italy and France where there is strong demand for technical support
during the design phase. Lindab has a competitive advantage with its advanced IT
tools to optimise and guarantee the performance of the ventilation system. Read



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Nils-Johan Andersson, Business Area Manager, Ventilation
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Lindab - A Ventilation and Building Products company:

Lindab develops, manufactures, markets and distributes products and system
solutions primarily in steel for simplified construction and improved indoor

The business is carried out within three business areas, Ventilation, Building
Components and Building Systems. The products are characterised by their high
quality, ease of assembly, energy efficiency, consideration towards the
environment, and are delivered with high levels of service. Altogether, this
increases customer value.

The Group had sales revenue of SEK 6,878 m in 2011, was established in 31
countries and had approximately 4,300 employees. The main market is non-
residential construction, which accounts for 80 percent of sales, while
residential accounts for 20 percent of sales. During 2011, the Nordic market
accounted for 46 percent, CEE/CIS (Central and Eastern Europe as well as other
former Soviet states) for 23 percent, Western Europe for 28 percent and other
markets for 3 percent of total sales.

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