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Seeley International Celebrates Golden Jubilee in Dubai

Seeley International has celebrated 50 years of climate control solutions and its decade-long partnership with Climagulf in the Middle East at a special event in Dubai.

The celebration on 25th May featured speeches from company founder and Executive Chairman, Frank Seeley, and Group Managing Director, Jon Seeley.

Sabu Abraham, Climagulf CEO, welcomed Sealey representatives and gave presentations of successful evaporative cooling installations in the UAE.

Sam Peli, Seeley’s General Manager for Sales within the EMEA region, traced key milestones in the company’s development across the Middle East – including the extraordinary installation of 50,000 Breezair evaporative coolers in Mina City, Saudi Arabia, following an approach to Saudi authorities by regional sales manager, Xavier Delaigue.

The evening concluded with a breathtaking live “sand art” performance based around key events in Seeley International’s development.

From humble beginnings in 1972

The extraordinary journey of Seeley International began in 1972 when Frank and Kathy Seeley took Seeley Bros from a sales and marketing company, and transformed it into a manufacturing company, grounded on, and sustained by, Innovation, which still leads the world today. Their four children – Barry, Jon, Tim and Kari – have all been involved in the business over the years.

The Seeley family business has grown from humble beginnings into Australia’s largest air conditioning and ducted gas heating manufacturer and a global leader in the HVAC manufacturing industry, developing ingenious, energy-efficient cooling and heating products.

Today, more than 80,000 products and 1,500,000 components are manufactured in Australia every year, and sold through more than 300 independent dealerships in Australia and an extensive network of distributors and retailers across Asia, EMEA and the Americas.

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