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Panasonic applauds the best of Cambodia’s real-estate sector in PropertyGuru Cambodia Property Awards 2022

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Panasonic applauds the best of Cambodia’s real-estate sector in PropertyGuru Cambodia Property Awards 2022

Panasonic Cambodia is continuing to support Cambodia’s ever-expanding real estate sector most recently as ‘Gold Sponsor’ for the 2022 PropertyGuru Cambodia Property Awards, the black-tie dinner and ceremony held at the Sofitel Phnom Penh Phokeethra ballroom.

Speaking to The Phnom Penh Post during the awards ceremony, Panasonic Cambodia’s CEO and country head, Yasunobu Matsumoto congratulated all the award winners from a total of 36 categories presented at the event.

“On behalf of Panasonic Cambodia, I would like to congratulate all the winners as well as those who were nominated for the 2022 PropertyGuru Cambodia Property Awards.

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“We look forward to continue working with Cambodia’s real-estate sector as it expands and develops by offering our flagship products for B2B sales in both housing developments and malls across Cambodia, now and in the years to come,” Matsumoto said.

Panasonic Cambodia has established itself as a leading and reliable partner among local developers in Cambodia’s real estate industry, and believes the 2022 PropertyGuru Cambodia Property Awards were a fantastic opportunity to celebrate the successful players in the industry, he added.

To read more about the 2022 PropertyGuru Cambodia Property Awards click here.

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Market-leading air-conditioning and ventilation systems with nanoeX technology

Panasonic Cambodia is currently offering its market-leading air-conditioning and ventilation systems in Cambodia, particularly its signature nanoeX technology. The technology was created to inhibit bacteria and viruses using capsules of water containing an abundance of OH radicals.

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To read more about nanoeX technology click here.

“We are working with local property developers to install our market-leading nanoeX technology to provide shoppers with the confidence to safely use large indoor public spaces again.

“Our nanoeX technology is already being utilised by many well-known customers around the world, mainly in Japan, Malaysia, Singapore, and we hope Cambodia will now be next to fully utilise its capabilities,” Matsumoto said.

Founded in 2010, Panasonic Cambodia is the official representative office of Panasonic Singapore, responsible for marketing, after sales service and repairs in Cambodia.

Panasonic Cambodia also plays an active role in creating lasting, positive impacts on society and the communities it serves. For more information, please visit the Panasonic Cambodia website: www.panasonic.com/kh.

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