Jun 20, 2016

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Panasonic SKY Series Air Conditioners Take Off into the Sky with Vietjet


Ho Chi Minh, Vietnam - On June 17, 2016, In partnership with Vietjet Air, Panasonic Vietnam launched the "Cung SKY, Don tuong lai" campaign, aimed at promoting the latest Panasonic SKY Series air conditioners. Vietjet Air's Airbus A320 will take off with a stunning blue image of the Panasonic SKY Series air conditioner starting today, servicing thousands of routes in next two years. Panasonic is the first electronics brand in the country to engage in aerial advertising utilizing aircrafts.

Masaaki Kobayashi, General Director of Panasonic Vietnam said, "Panasonic has been pursuing innovations in electronics towards providing "A Better Life, A Better World". This year, Panasonic has achieved a breakthrough in the air conditioning industry, which will greatly help to improve the quality of life of Vietnamese people. This revolutionary air conditioner is named "SKY Series." In order to gain more awareness about this innovative product, we came up with the idea of seeking a partner in the aviation industry. This would elevate the "SKY" branding. Vietjet Air is one of the most innovative airline service providers. Even though we are from different industries, our belief in innovations is synonymous. As such, it is only fitting to partner with Vietjet Air as part of our branding efforts of this innovative product."

Panasonic SKY Series air conditioner has a reversed mechanical structure compared to the conventional air conditioners, in which air is suctioned from the bottom and discharged at the top of the unit. By having this unique structure, Panasonic SKY Series air conditioners incorporate Radiant Cooling technology, inspired by the comfortable and cool atmosphere found inside caves. With Radiant Cooling technology, cool air is directed towards the ceiling which then spreads throughout the room and down the walls. Additionally, such design ensures cool air will not blow directly on customers. This way, health problems such as cough, cold and dry/dehydrated skin can be prevented. Combined with nanoe-G and dust sensor air purification system, viruses; bacteria and fine particles of up to PM2.5 are removed, thereby enhancing air quality.

Three main interesting activities have been rolled out under the "Cung SKY, Don tuong lai" campaign:
  • "SKY airplane lucky passenger prize" where one lucky passenger on this special airplane will be chosen weekly and given a SKY series air conditioner.
  • "SKY airplane witness prize" involving an online weekly photo contest on Panasonic Vietnam's Fanpage. Participants are required to upload a photo with the real SKY airplane. Different themes will be announced each week. Again, one SKY Series air conditioner will be given to the winner of "the photo of the week".
  • "SKY air conditioner quiz for everyone" where participants are requested to take part in a SKY Series quiz on the special website (Vietnamese). A winner will be chosen from participants who answered all questions correctly, and then awarded a pair of complimentary Vietjet Air ticket.

Various other online and offline events will be held from time by time. The campaign will begin from July 1 and continue until December 15 this year. The goal of the campaign is to provide opportunities for Vietnamese customers to experience SKY and enjoy SKY.

2016 marks Panasonic's 10 years of contributing to Vietnam's economic progress. With Vietnam as one of the company's strategic markets in Southeast Asia, Panasonic Vietnam will continue to expand its manufacturing facilities, as well as research and development center towards supporting the country's sustainable development. The "Cung SKY, Don tuong lai" campaign belongs to a series of commemorative activities to mark Panasonic's 10th anniversary here.

About Panasonic Asia Pacific

Panasonic Asia Pacific provides the whole range of the brand's products and solutions across the Southeast Asia and Oceania (APAC) region, covering 27 countries including 10 offices in Australia, Cambodia, Indonesia, Malaysia, Myanmar, New Zealand, Philippines, Singapore, Thailand and Vietnam.

Based in Singapore, Panasonic Asia Pacific regional headquarters focuses on creating A Better Life, A Better World by promoting its Business-to-Business portfolio such as in the housing industry and developer solutions business, while maintaining solid Business-to-Consumer growth. The region has 37 manufacturing sites, supporting Panasonic's global production activities in the housing, system solutions, agriculture, energy solutions, appliances, components and devices sectors. For more information: http://panasonicapac.mynewsdesk.com/

About Panasonic Vietnam

Panasonic Vietnam (PV) is the first 100% foreign invested company to assume the role of the country headquarters in Vietnam. Up to now, Panasonic Vietnam Group comprises of seven companies, five of which are manufacturing companies - Panasonic Industrial Devices Vietnam (PIDVN), Panasonic System Networks Vietnam (PSNV), Panasonic Appliances Vietnam (PAPVN), Panasonic AVC Networks Vietnam (PAVCV) and Panasonic Eco Solutions Vietnam (PESVN), and the Panasonic Research & Development Center Vietnam (PRDCV). The Group currently employs a total workforce of about 7,500 people. In Vietnam, Panasonic is one among those enterprises that place great emphasis on social activities surrounding education and environment. For more information: http://www.panasonic.com/vn/en/

Source: http://panasonicapac.mynewsdesk.com/pressreleases/panasonic-sky-series-air-conditioners-take-off-into-the-sky-with-vietjet-1444793

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