AC Milan continue to promote air quality with Clivet partnership renewal

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AC Milan has announced it has renewed its partnership with air conditioning solutions company Clivet

The company will remain as the Serie A club’s Air Conditioning and Air Quality Partner and continue to provide AC Milan with sustainable heat pump solutions for heating, air conditioning and air purification. 

Giorgio Furlani, CEO of AC Milan, commented: “We proudly and passionately continue our collaboration with Clivet after joining forces for the first time in 2021. Thanks to the daily commitment behind the scenes at Casa Milan, we have formed a great Rossoneri family of successful partners, with Clivet being an excellent example of that. 

“We are particularly proud to continue our journey alongside this Italian excellence, marked by the continuous pursuit of the highest standards of excellence.”

Having formed the initial partnership back in July 2021, the two brands have pursued a collaboration centred on quality and technology in service to sustainability and the well-being of individuals and the environment. 

Before the official start of the partnership, Clivet heat pumps had already been installed at the ‘PUMA House of Football’, the sports centre for the first women’s team and youth teams.

In 2022, Clivet also provided its air renewal and purification systems in other facilities of the Rossoneri, including the gym of the Sports Center Primavera

The latest project was carried out at the San Siro stadium in Milan, emphasising attention to health and air quality as shared values between the two companies to ensure the best conditions for athletes and staff to train. 

Stefano Bellò, CEO of Clivet, added: “We are proud to continue our journey together with AC Milan. We share indispensable values such as attention to health and air quality, necessary to ensure the best conditions for athletes and all staff to train and optimise their performance while saving energy.”

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