Press Release

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20 May, 2010

Carrier India Appoints Gaurang Pandya as Managing Director

NEW DELHI, May 20, 2010-- Carrier Air-conditioning & Refrigeration Ltd. (Carrier India) has appointed Gaurang Pandya as its managing director, effective May 10, 2010. He replaces Zubin Irani,

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19 April, 2010

Carrier India's Sustainable Building Solutions Support Environmentally Responsible Luxury at ITC Hotel Royal Gardenia

NEW DELHI, April 19, 2010 —ITC Welcom group turned to the experts at Carrier Air-conditioning & Refrigeration Ltd. (Carrier India) to provide an energy efficient cooling solution for the ITC Hotel Royal Gardenia, Bengaluru

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24 March, 2010

United Technologies Announces Commercial Business Leadership Appointment in India

NEW DELHI, India, March 24, 2010 – United Technologies Corp. (NYSE: UTX) named Zubin Irani as Senior Managing Director of the corporation’s commercial companies in India.

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15 December, 2009

Carrier India Wins 2009 National Energy Conservation Awards

NEW DELHI, Dec. 15, 2009 – Carrier Air-conditioning & Refrigeration Ltd. (Carrier India) received the prestigious National Energy Conservation Award in 2009 in two categories, the Consumer Goods Manufacturing Sector and Manufacturers of Bureau of Energy Efficiency (BEE) Star Labeled Appliances (air conditioner) Sector, ranking highest in both.

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15 April, 2009

Carrier India Launches New Range of Energy Efficient ACs

NEW DELHI, Apr. 15, 2009 - Carrier Air-conditioning & Refrigeration Limited (Carrier India) launched its new energy efficient air conditioning product line for the Indian market. The latest product line conforms to the Bureau of Energy Efficiency (BEE) norms for providing effective cooling at reduced power consumption levels (Star ratings).

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June 4, 2008

Carrier India Announces Price Increase in Air-Conditioning Products

NEW DELHI, June 4, 2008 - Carrier India, a subsidiary of Carrier Corp., will increase prices between 3 percent and 5 percent for its range of residential, light commercial and commercial air-conditioning products.

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