KARACHI: Royal Philips, a global leader in health technology, is stepping up its innovation efforts in air purification towards helping more people make the change to living healthier lives indoors.
With a team of more than 100 scientists, doctors, and engineers working in air purification, Philips has a long-standing heritage in health technology and has become a global leader in air purification. As part of this journey, Philips has launched its latest home care innovation in Pakistan: the new Philips Air Purifier 2000i Series to help improve clean air delivery that keeps pollutants, bacteria, and viruses at bay.
Across the region, including in Pakistan, urban areas are frequently plagued by smog. Similar to last year, Lahore and Islamabad continue to be shrouded by heavy smog in 2020, which has taken a toll on people’s personal health. With more people staying indoors to protect themselves from the polluted outdoor air, it is important to ensure that consumers take steps to ensure that our indoor air is clean and healthy.
“In Pakistan, people are increasingly prioritizing their health and those of their loved ones. At Philips, we believe that empowering people to take control of their own health is important, and these can be addressed with innovative technologies,” said Nicholas Lee, Personal Health Leader, Philips ASEAN Pacific. “With the Philips Air Purifiers, we want to provide our customers with the latest intelligent, personalized solutions that can help them breathe easier by creating healthy indoor spaces.”