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Africa

2013.01.02

Ghana blocks secondhand fridge imports

1 - January - 2013 GHANA: One of the major destinations for waste refrigerators has been blocked after Ghana announced the full implementation of a ban on the importation of secondhand refrigerators and air conditioning units today.   The ban was first introduced in 2008 but thousands of units, mainly from the European Union, continued to be imported into the country under a quota system unti...

2012.12.27

Hisense Expands in South Africa

Dec 27, 2012 Chinese appliance and consumer electronics maker Hisense opened its first South African Customer Care Center in Mossel Bay. The Customer Care Center is the first of this kind of overseas...

2012.12.08

LG to Tighten Grip on Africa’s Air Conditioning Market

LG Electronics will launch its new Titan series of air conditioners in Africa, which are designed to deliver powerful cooling and withstand the region’s often punishing weather conditions and unstable...

2012.12.11

Panasonic Unveils New Product Lines

In conjunction with Panasonic of Japan, Panaserv Nigeria, the authorized service agent for Panasonic products in Nigeria, recently unveiled the latest 2012 models for various product lines at the annu...

2012.12.23

Samsung Gives Customers Reason to Celebrate Christmas Beginn

Global electronics leader Samsung is offering its customers holiday specials on its high-tech products for African market, including DuraCool refrigerators, Eco Bubble washing machines, Satellite LED ...

2012.12.05

LG Fights Malaria in Nigeria with Hi-tech Air Conditioner

LG Electronics unveiled its newest advanced residential air conditioner which utilizes ultrasonic wave technology to repel mosquitoes for the Nigerian market. LG’s ‘anti-mosquito’ air conditioner has ...

2012.12.22

Africa -- Bright Spot in Global AC Market

Amid the slow global economy, the growth of Africa’s air conditioner market serves as an inspiration and welcome good news. According to data from China Customs, the number of air conditioners manufac...

2012.11.17

Mauritius Drafts New Appliance Production and Import Standar

According to the Ministry of Energy and Public Utilities of Mauritius, all imported home appliances are required to be in full compliance with the mandated power consumption standards.   According to a high ranking government official, the government has decided to reduce demands for electricity and improve the energy safety for the nation and is currently focused on setting up production and...

2012.11.05

LG FIGHTS MALARIA IN NIGERIA WITH HI-TECH AIR CONDITIONER

Unique Ultrasonic Technology Eliminates More Than 80 Percent of Malaria-Transmitting Mosquitoes LAGOS, Nov. 21, 2012 -- LG Electronics, a global leader in heating, ventilation and air conditioning, ...

2012.11.22

ECA and ESC announce major partnership

11/19/2012 In a move designed to bring the electrical contracting industry more closely together, the Electrical Contractors Association (ECA) and the Electrical Safety Council (ESC) created the Elect...

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