Following Danfoss’ exit from Russia and Belarus announced earlier this year, this world-leading supplier of technologies for several industries in many markets, moved all its operations in Central Asian countries (Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Turkmenistan, Uzbekistan, Tajikistan, and Armenia) to Kazakhstan.
These Central Asian countries are now organizationally part of the Danfoss Turkey, Middle East, and Africa (TMA) region as an independent Central Asia Unit (CAU). This strategic move, with their sales, customer support, and technical teams being strategically located in Kazakhstan, will allow this Danish multinational company to assist its customers in a more efficient and swift manner.
"At Danfoss, we listen to our customers and work tirelessly to help our customers to increase energy efficiency in their line of business and contribute to decarbonization. Our technical team in Kazakhstan will ensure smooth operations and high reliability for all our customers from Drives, Climate Solutions, High-Pressure Pumps, and Sensing Solutions product portfolio”, said Ziad Al Bawaliz, TMA regional president.
Engineering Central Asia's tomorrow
As megatrends such as urbanization, digitalization, electrification, and climate change continue to strengthen, sustainability and decarbonization are taking center stage globally. This speaks directly to Danfoss ambitions to be the leading technology partner for its customers around in the green transition - around the globe and in Central Asia.
According to the International Energy Agency (IEA), energy efficiency delivers more than 40% of the reduction in energy-related emissions needed to fully achieve international climate and energy goals.
The good news is that we have the solutions already today. Danfoss engineers solutions that increase machine productivity, reduce emissions, lower energy consumption, and enable electrification. “Sustainability is not an add-on to Danfoss business. Sustainability is our business and we want to enable our customers in Central Asia to decarbonize in an intelligent, cost-optimal manner and ensure carbon neutrality in their own operations”, highlighted Zaid.