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Concepcion Industrial rebrands commercial business segment for sustainability


Embracing a new sustainability model, consumer appliances and industrial solutions provider Concepcion Industrial Corp, has rebranded its commercial business segment to Alstra.

Alstra highlights the value brought by its end-to-end solutions using world class brands such as Carrier, Condura, Otis and Toshiba.

“Our commercial business has embarked on an organizational transformation to make sustainability and efficiency a priority across businesses, giving birth to Alstra. We believe that the building industry needs to be agile and innovative to be able to deliver efficient buildings, and to support and complement a smart and sustainable real estate sector for the Philippines,” said Rajan Komarasu, director of Alstra Group.

CIC’s Alstra also launched “EvoSolution”, a forum on the latest building innovations and best practices for industry experts like developers, engineers, and project managers.

“EvoSolution strengthens our commitment to a more efficient and sustainable building system cycle to power the Philippines by sharing our advocacy and expertise with industry decision makers,” Komarasu said.

Alstra brings together trusted companies in the industry to assemble an integrated end-to-end building solutions portfolio—ranging from climate control solutions to vertical transport Solutions. It helps engineers, architects, developers, and building managers save time and money by providing design guidance, energy-efficient building systems, project management service, and reliable after-market services making it the top of mind business solutions provider in the industry.

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