EvoHeat expands into Singapore

Evo Industries Australia Pty Ltd

By Alice Richard
Wednesday, 20 September, 2017


EvoHeat is going global, with the company announcing a strategic business decision to expand into Singapore. The expansion company, Evo Industries Singapore, will officially launch in late September 2017.

“We have seen an increase in pool heating requests from overseas, particularly in the last few years,” said Evo Industries National Business Manager Tony Mills.

Evo was recently contracted to upgrade pools at the National Aquatic Centre in Kuala Lumpur with its heat pump technology ahead of the SEA and Asean Para Games. This follows on from the largest heat pump installation in Australia, with 19 EvoHeat CS200 GEN2 heat pumps installed at WhiteWater World.

“We are extremely excited about the possibilities that Evo Industries Singapore offers. Having an office based in Singapore allows us to readily reach more of our customers. Over the last decade we have seen exponential growth and it doesn’t look to be slowing down any time soon,” said General Manager Travis McNeill.

In recent years, the company has expanded its EvoHeat range and started up a sister company, Evo Energy Technologies, providing cogeneration and trigeneration products for the Australian market.

“We have moved to a large warehouse to cope with the growing demand and employed more staff by extending our sales team, employing a full-time technical support manager, marketing team and also a general manager of our 270 Series hot water system range. We are already making plans to expand our Brisbane head office and warehouse to cater for the growth,” McNeill added.

Main image: Travis McNeill at the new Evo Industries Singapore office.

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