LG India launches 59 inverter AC models

New Delhi | Updated on March 08, 2018 Published on March 08, 2018

LG Electronics India on Thursday launched 59 inverter AC split models as part of its new range along with the launch of its first window inverter AC.

The company is targeting a growth of 40 per cent in the AC segment this year with the launch of this new range.

Vijay Babu, Business Head-RAC, LG Electronics India, said: “Last year, we witnessed a successful transition of our AC line up from regular to inverter range.

“This helped us grow our market share in the inverter AC segment to 53 per cent from 19 per cent.

“With the launch of this new range we will further strengthen our market leadership in the inverter AC segment,” he added.

The company said its enhanced dual inverter AC range comes with new features which includes 100 per cent copper with ocean black protection which increases product durability along with R-410 green refrigerant gas that is environment-friendly.

Published on March 08, 2018

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