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|Founded||Auckland, New Zealand (1956)|
|Headquarters||Auckland, New Zealand,
|Area served||Australia, New Zealand, Singapore, China, Hong Kong, India, Indonesia, Mauritius|
|Key people||Les Kendall (CEO)|
|Owner(s)||Temperzone Holdings Limited|
|Parent||Temperzone Holdings Limited|
|Subsidiaries||Temperzone Australia Pty Limited|
Temperzone is a large-sized business specialising in manufacturing air conditioning units and ventilation equipment for both residential and commercial markets. It operates in New Zealand, Australia, Singapore and other parts of Asia. Temperzone has over 500 employees.
The company was originally formed in New Zealand in 1956 by founder Eric L. Kendall. Temperzone's presence in Australia was due to the acquisition of Bradway Engineering in 1985. Today, the business is run by CEO Les Kendall.
It is one of the few manufacturers in Australia & New Zealand that still manufactures within those countries. It is also one of the only companies in the manufacturing industry that has its management structure within Australasia.
Temperzone is the largest air conditioning manufacturer in Australia and New Zealand.
Hitachi Strategic Alliance
On 3 August 2009, Temperzone Australia and Hitachi Appliances announced a strategic alliance which will see Hitachi air conditioning products exclusively distributed in Australia by Temperzone.