Facilities Management Middle East
Climate control solutions firm Seeley International celebrates 50 year anniversary
The company has delivered millions of installations around the globe
ANNIVERSARY Seeley International, Australia’s air conditioning and heating manufacturer and global leader renowned for over-the-horizon, energy-efficient cooling and heating products, is celebrating its golden jubilee in 2022 – 50 years of climate control solutions.
The Seeley family business has grown from humble beginnings into one of Australia’s largest air conditioning and heating manufacturer and a global leader in the HVAC manufacturing industry, developing premium quality evaporative cooling systems.
In more recent times, its long track record has equipped it with the expertise, infrastructure and resources to seamlessly deliver large scale HVAC mega-projects around the world. For example, the 50,000 Breezair evaporative coolers installation in Mina Tent City (Saudi Arabia) to cool Hajj pilgrims’ tents.
Having its global headquarters in Australia, over 500 employees and three manufacturing facilities, Seeley International exports to more than 100 countries around the world through its global distributor network. With its own sales offices in the USA, UK, France, Italy and South Africa, the company has delivered millions of installations around the globe.
Seeley International has a large R&D investment, focused on energy efficiency, emissions reduction, peak demand reduction, improved health and biological control, as well as extreme climate performance capability.
When asked about this important milestone, Frank Seeley, founder and executive chairman, said: “2022 is an exciting year for us, because it marks 50 years of Seeley International – a golden anniversary that is immensely gratifying!
“Our values have stayed true for more than five decades and continue to underpin who we are, what we do and how we do it. Without the loyalty and commitment of our workforce, customer networks and trusted suppliers, our many successes simply could not have been achieved. I, Kathy and Jon Seeley thank all of you who have been with us during this exciting journey.”
Group managing director, Jon Seeley, said: “We have a key role to play in national and global emissions reduction, since conventional air conditioning is a major contributor to energy demand and greenhouse gas emissions. Our highly innovative products can reduce energy consumption by up to 80%, whilst also delivering increased ventilation which is so important for health and wellbeing.”