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Symphony Ltd

  • First mover advantage leading to market leadership
  • Winner of most prestigious Quality Mark Award for year 2014
  • Received coveted recognition of Star Export House from Government of India
  • Guinness World Record for creating the world's largest functioning air cooler

A world leader in evaporative air coolers, Symphony focuses on innovative design to create better and eco-friendly products for domestic and industrial customers in 60 countries across the globe.

At Symphony, design-driven innovation and green engineering is a sustainable competitive advantage. They deliver market-leading products with engineering and design innovation, improved energy conservation, distinctive styling and customer-centric design.

Established in 1988, Symphony leverages a unique and successful asset-light business model for its residential coolers in India and in-house lean manufacturing for its industrial coolers in Mexico to achieve sustainable and profitable growth.

Headquartered in Ahmedabad, Gujarat, India, Symphony is a global company committed to develop sustainable and responsible products. This means leading the air-cooling industry's efforts to develop breakthrough green technologies to combat climate change. A publicly traded company in India with a manufacturing base in North America offering products in over 60 countries, Symphony continuously delivers value to its stakeholders in a profitable and predictable way.

Source: http://www.symphonylimited.com/

Symphony Ltd: World leader in air coolers

2014 Bagged 'Best Presented Annual Report Award' from SAFA
2011 Launched a TV campaign for the South American/ Mexico market—a first by any evaporative cooler company in the region
2006 Launch of Symphony's range of air conditioners
1994 Symphony Ltd gets listed at the Bombay, Ahmedabad and Delhi stock exchanges with 10,000+ individual investors
1988 Symphony Comfort Systems Ltd begins operations in India

Updated: December, 2014

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