Autoclima inks distribution deal with Wajax

by Truck News

CALEDON, Ont. — Autoclima S.p.A., a global supplier of air-conditioning systems, has announced Wajax has been named a Canadian distributor.

The announcement was made by Autoclima’s Canadian representative, Brian Lawrence. He notes Autoclima was founded in Europe in the 1950s. Today, it’s a major OE and aftermarket supplier.

Wajax will offer the systems through its network of 123 branches across Canada.

“Autoclima is looking forward to working closely with Wajax Power Systems to develop and support sales and service in Canada,” Lawrence said.

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  • love my auto clima,but battery technology needs to advance. lithium ion are desired but are expensive and not enough storage capacity. fully charge deep cycle batteries last about 4 hours,in the sun beating down,good enough for a nap, but cool the truck down at night before turning system on as when the 4 hours are up,you shouldn’t need anymore cooling. looking into solar panels also but very prohibitive for pricing at this time. contact me please so we can get this technology much more efficient and cost effective