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Festive Wishes from SIG Ireland

16 December, 2019

Dear customer, On behalf of everyone in SIG Ireland, I would like to thank you for your business in 2019. Similarly to last year, SIG Ireland has chosen to make a substantial donation to a number of deserving charities in lieu of sending Christmas cards and corporate gifts. The charities we have chosen this year […]

SIG Air Handling Product Catalogue

21 June, 2019

Download our new product catalogue below SIG Air Handling Product Catalogue

SMARTWELLBEING WEBSITE

11 March, 2019

SIG Air Handling has launched a new website to explain the Smartwellbeing concept we will be promoting at the ISH fair in Frankfurt. On this website you can read objective content about important and actual topics like “indoor air quality”, “WELL2” and more. Please take some time to surf to www.smartwellbeing.eu and read how we […]

SIG Air Handling launches its new brand, Cairox

9 November, 2018

SIG Air Handling launches its new brand, Cairox, to create a strong brand awareness within our three customer value propositions ‘Distribution’, ‘Projects’ and ‘Services’. Cairox supports our vision objective ‘Improving air because we care’. Products, systems and solutions for residential and non-residential markets The Cairox comprehensive product range and tools have been well-thought composed to […]

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Further to the recent announcement by the Irish government we would like to advise you that our branches in Dublin, Cork, Belfast and Omagh will be closed for normal business up to and including April 13th (Easter Monday) in the Republic of Ireland and up to April 19th in Northern Ireland.

We are currently only providing a skeleton order and delivery service to healthcare-related construction sites that are allowed to stay open or other emergency supplies. All our normal communication channels will remain open. We apologise for any inconvenience caused and we look forward to resuming normal operations again soon.