Carrier Marine & Offshore Systems - Products for marine refrigeration and air conditioning

Carrier, a part of UTC Building & Industrial Systems, offers a complete line of products for marine refrigeration and air conditioning applications, serving the offshore, commercial shipping and cruise industries.

Carrier's roots date back more than 110 years, to Willis Carrier's invention of modern air conditioning. Building on his legacy, the company brought the innovation to the cruise industry in 1931, when it equipped the M.V. Victoria with air conditioning, making it the first cruise ship to use the technology for passenger comfort.

Today, Carrier remains a global leader in maritime air conditioning and refrigeration technology. The company takes a comprehensive approach to design, leveraging Carrier's global group of experts in efficiency and environment at its AdvanTE3C Solutions Center to create solutions that reduce energy consumption and optimise resources.

Carrier supports its solutions with full life cycle management, including a global network for parts and service, preventative maintenance, retrofits and upgrades. Advancements such as the Carrier i-Vu® Pro system enable customers and technicians to remotely monitor entire systems, ensuring performance and minimising downtime.

With a proven legacy and a focus on continuous innovation, Carrier is positioned to lead the industry forward, creating a new generation of more energy-efficient products and solutions for customers.

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Carrier Marine & Offshore Systems
6304 Carrier Parkway
Syracuse
13221
New York
United States of America
Tel: +1 704 875-7016
Email: kevin.glover@carrier.utc.com
URL: www.marinesystems.carrier.com

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