• Daikin's Technology Park in Texas
    Daikin's Technology Park in Texas

Daikin Comfort Technologies North America, will build a 761,000 square-foot manufacturing facility in Mexico that will be fully operational in 2024.

The estimated $US230 million investment is a pillar of an aggressive growth strategy in response to increasing demand for Daikin products in North America and Latin America, which include the Daikin, Goodman®, and Amana® brands. 

President & CEO of Daikin North America, Satoru Akama, said Daikin is intensely focused on becoming the North American HVAC industry leader in all aspects, from production and innovation to quality and customer service.

“In order to meet the increased demand for our technologies and products throughout North America and Latin America, and from a business continuity standpoint, it is absolutely necessary to expand our manufacturing presence into Mexico,” he said.”

Daikin has already expanded its manufacturing presence into Mexico, migrating the production of some modular blower product lines to a 200,000-square-foot repurposed facility.

That facility will supplement production at Daikin Texas Technology Park (DTTP) with five product lines once it becomes fully operational in 2023.

The new facility will localise production of Daikin's mini split and residential inverter products that are currently imported from manufacturing sites in Asia.

 “It is vital to integrate production at a local level to efficiently maintain our high standards to deliver quality service to our customers,” Akama said.

“It also underscores our belief in adding manufacturing capacity where our products are bought, sold and used.”



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