Agartala, January 31, 2020: Aiming to provide chill during summer, Ahmadabad based Symphony has started its journey in Tripura today with state of the art tech-based air coolers. General Manager of Symphony Kumar Pankaj in presence of Branch Manager Prabal Sarkar held a dealers’ meet in Agartala today.
Speaking to media Kumar Pankaj said, “Symphony is World’s largest Air cooler manufacturer and presently marketing wide range of air coolers in 61 countries including America, Mexico and Australia. Presently we have 51 air cooler models in our product basket and our strong Reasearch and Development team is working to offer our valued customers world a comfortable feeling during summer at an affordable price”. He termed the company as ‘Indian Multinational company’ – a global leader in air cooler market. Kumar Pankaj also pointed out, “More than 50 per cent market share is under Symphony. The company is using its resources to remain on top and serve its valued customer with its look-good and feel-good air coolers”.
Symphony bonded with local entrepreneur Sayak Enterprise for reaching to all corners of the State through solid dealers’ network, Kumar Pankaj said and added, around 100 dealers from all over the State will attend the ‘dealers’ meet and take part in formal launch of the product. He exuded confidence that Symphony will be able cater needs of people of Tripura and satisfy their expectations.
Symphony in Tripura
Kunar Pankaj also opined, market condition in Tripura is very ‘fertile’ due to its unique climatic condition. “During summer, temperature reaches highest at around 40 degree and generally weather remains humid. In such weather condition, air cooler is one of most suitable options for people”, Kumar commented. Symphony has started its operation with more than 50 varieties of air coolers and there is authorized service center in the State. One of the main features of Symphony air coolers is that it consumes less power and cost effective. “The lowest MRP is around 5000 while maximum MRP goes up to Rs 35,000”, Pankaj Kumar said.