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The BBC have released an article the discusses how air conditioning has changed the world.

Taken from their “50 Things That Made the Modern Economy” series, the article starts by looking back to 1902 and explains how air conditioning began. Interestingly, the first invention had nothing to do with human comfort.

“Since the invention of air conditioning, we have been able to control the weather inside, and that has had some some far-reaching and unexpected effects.”

From flour mills to the Gillette corporation, the list of industries who benefit from air conditioning is an extensive and ever growing list.

Everyday the GalxC team see first hand, the incredible benefits their clients receive from a high-quality, tailored cooling solution.

Click here to read the full article and find out what company, through sheer frustration, changed the world: How Air Conditioning Changed the World Article


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