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LG restructures AC division, Ajay Bajaj designated as Business Group Head

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LG restructures AC division, Ajay Bajaj designated as Business Group Head

In a rejig of sorts, LG Electronics has merged its room and commercial AC divisions, which will enable the company to provide complete air-conditioning solutions to its customers. Post this merger, Ajay Bajaj has been designated as Business Group Head of the AC division.

The company also organised the Star Achievers Meet to felicitate the top 200 sales and service dealers associated with the company. LG displayed its exhaustive range of air-conditioners on this occasion, which it is planning to roll out in 2006.

Speaking on the occasion, K R Kim, President, South West Asia and MD, LGEIL said, “This meet is an extremely strategic step for LG towards strengthening both our global leadership position and our AC division in India by streamlining our operations to boost production and equipping our AC solution experts with cutting edge products to boost sales.”

Further adding to it, Bajaj said, “The year 2005 saw the AC division exceeding a combined turnover of Rs 1,200 crore, and this year we plan to achieve Rs 1,600 crore worth of sales. We plan to increase our market base by offering an unmatched combination of technology, design and wide variety of products.”

The complete range of room ACs displayed at the meet included 31 models of split Acs and 31 models of window ACs.


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