“We equate a good climate for our employees with high productivity. As part of the overall concept, we received an air-conditioning solution from TOSHIBA that not only fits technically but also aesthetically - and that with virtually unnoticed restrictions on ongoing operations and an installation time of just one week,” summarizes the satisfied owner of Oberndorfer GmbH.
In the specialized transshipment warehouse of KSK Transport & Logistics GmbH in Paternion, highly sensitive goods such as medication, liquid food for hospitals or high-tech electronic components are shipped across Austria by truck every day. It is easy to imagine that these goods require the highest level of sensitivity with regard to the storage and handling climate: constant + 25 °C, stable 24/7 operation for cooling and heating, along with effective hot water preparation plus energy management and redundancy - reliable and fail-safe. Challenges that EBA Cooling Systems GmbH was confronted with.
The view from the narrow street upwards along the historic facade of the building already gives an idea of some of the challenges. Old town locations with partially historical buildings are of course always particularly critical. Road block for the installation of the outdoor unit, the least possible influence on the building structure through devices and cable routing, uninterrupted office operation during the installation work - KLÖTZL Vertriebsgesellschaft mbH showed a lot of sensitivity during the implementation of the TOSHIBA solution.
Snowboarding in powder snow, surfing under Portugal's hot and sunny skies: Although customers of the trendy fashion retailer Blue Tomato are very much at home in extreme conditions, they expect a pleasanter environment whenever they drop into the company's store in Innsbruck for some retail therapy. The solution, featuring TOSHIBA units, was installed by our partner Edmund Sparer Klima & Kältetechnik GmbH.
When you think about the type of person who works for an architectural practice, then it should come as no surprise that certain standards are going to be expected, and not just in an aesthetic sense. In situations where the best is only just good enough, such as at Imgang – the renowned firm of architects in downtown Innsbruck – then only a TOSHIBA solution will do, especially if it's been installed to be as good as invisible by our partner Edmund Sparer Klima & Kältetechnik GmbH.
A luxurious room ambiance is an essential part of every business premises. Which is why Miller Optics, the Tyrolean family-owned company, opted for TOSHIBA quality when refurbishing its branch in Wörgl. The project was expertly realized by our partner Edmund Sparer Klima & Kältetechnik GmbH.
The clatter of crockery, lively chatter, and the aroma of tempting dishes – anyone wishing to create an appealing restaurant atmosphere must ensure that the perfect room ambiance stimulates all the senses that make visiting a restaurant such a pleasurable experience. Soul Kitchen Innsbruck therefore turned to the TOSHIBA solution of our partner Edmund Sparer Klima & Kältetechnik GmbH.
It’s nice to spend time relaxing in the comfort of your own home. Especially if the temperature is just right – nice and cool in the summer and cozy and warm throughout the winter. Our partner RICHARD STEFEK can take care of all aspects of this solution with TOSHIBA units.
KPMG, the biggest auditing and consultancy firm in Austria, has enjoyed perfect air conditioning at its Vienna office since September 2017 thanks to TOSHIBA’s VRF systems in areas where people work and for RAV light commercial systems in its server rooms.
When constructing the business park with 4600 m2 of sales, office, and warehouse space, ROTH Baumanagement GmbH under contract to the ROTH Private Foundation as the investor was focused on one thing: creating an environmentally-friendly structure in which people feel comfortable and stay healthy.
At Bentley Vienna, they have always placed great value on a good climate. The subsidiary in Vienna has known since spring 2014 that there are quality differences here and that not all air conditioning systems are alike.