Daikin Airconditioning UK Ltd provides innovative, premium quality, indoor climate management solutions to meet the changing needs of our residential, commercial and industrial customers.
Daikin Airconditioning UK Ltd is a wholly owned subsidiary of Daikin Europe NV. The focus of our business is the sales and distribution of Daikin air conditioning products whilst fully utilising the advantage of our European Group Manufacturing Division. Over 90 years of precision and innovation has helped Daikin build a worldwide reputation for quality and technology.
We are devoted to providing high-quality products and total climate solutions to create comfortable and sustainable interior environments for all of the people and regions of the world.
We use our signature technology with cost-effective solutions to shape the future of heating, cooling, ventilation and refrigeration systems and ensure customers can depend on Daikin for the ultimate in comfort.
We aim to deliver high-quality products in the present, while leading the development of energy-saving technologies for the future.
We lead the way in reducing environmental impact. This is why we incorporate green practices and sustainable solutions at the heart of everything we do.
The Daikin Europe Group’s core values are:
- Absolute Credibility - a commitment to building relationships based on trust and openness with customers, colleagues, business partners, and communities.
- Enterprising Management - a commitment to building the company through encouraging and rewarding the initiative and excellence of all employees.
- Harmonious Personal Relations - a commitment to a workplace in which everyone works together with dedication to meet Daikin’s goals and challenges
Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR)
As part of the global Daikin Group, Daikin Europe strives to be a world-class leader in every aspect of its business. Corporate social responsibility is not just a well-meaning initiative at Daikin. It is embedded in the company DNA and shapes the corporate culture. The Core Values, Group Philosophy and Handbook for Corporate Ethics discuss how Daikin wishes to do business and takes up responsibilities to itself and to others.
Daikin management has formulated a clear Group Philosophy to form the fundamental mindset which everyone in the Daikin Group can share. The Daikin Group Philosophy empowers everyone in the Group to generate innovative ideas and proposals, make responsible judgements or decisions and take flexible actions in the course of their work.
Daikin’s Corporate Ethics are an expression of fundamental values and represent a framework for decision-making. It is the personal responsibility and obligation of each member of the Daikin Europe Group to respect high ethical and legal standards of conduct in both letter and spirit, whether or not imposed by law.
Over the years, Daikin Europe N.V. has been recognised as a well managed and organised business which meets all European manufacturing standards and is concerned for the safety and wellbeing of its workforce. We meet to exceed all current employment and health & safety regulations, and ensure our employees are effectively trained and supported in the workplace.
This modern slavery and human trafficking statement sets out Daikin UK’s actions to understand all potential modern slavery risks related to its business and to put in place steps that are aimed at ensuring that there is no slavery or human trafficking in its own business and its supply chains.
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Tax strategy statement
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Gender Pay Gap Report
Gender Pay Regulations have brought into effect a requirement for all employers with 250 or more employees to publicly report their gender pay gap. The gender pay gap is the percentage difference in the average pay and bonuses of all men and women across the organisation regardless of job seniority.