Opportunity is everywhere, and this is our story of a very prosperous meeting. When we met the great people and products of De Rigo Refrigeration.
What makes a great apprentice? Interest. A kid that wants to learn will always be taught. So, at Coolphase we teach.
“It is easy to dismiss and neglect training when finances are rocky and time is limited, but...
Grab & go, make it convenient. With our “I want it now”, tech savvy healthy convenient...
Scott got right to it and called out to Coolphase for help… He needed a case that was quick to install, had big capacity, was energy efficient to help with the financial blow and a case that was environmentally friendly to compliment the beautiful town of Rainbow.
We had just the thing!
This week we celebrated the individuality of one of the most important parts of our business, our electrical team.
This was probably our longest trade show visit ever. We were at EuroShop purely and simply to support our case supply partner De Rigo Refrigeration, their first attendance at EuroShop in twenty years. They did a fantastic job, the displays were “Awesome”, their marketing team, sales staff and commitment even better. We congratulate them on a great show and look forward to the next on in 3 years!
Unless you’re a hardcore refrigeration fanatic, it’s highly unlikely you’ve laid awake at night wondering if the refrigerant (gas) in your commercial fridge or refrigeration system is the most energy efficient option, what it’s Global Warming Potential (GWP) is or how it is affecting our environment. But it’s actually something you should consider.
Chances are if you’ve talked to me for anything longer than half a minute about commercial fridges you would have heard the word ‘tropicalised’ most likely said with some sort of exasperated gusto… It may have left you wondering why am I so emphatic about commercial fridges being tropicalised?? And WTFridge does tropicalised even mean?
Not maintaining your refrigeration or air conditioning equipment can be a huge gamble. What’s the cost of being broken, rejected and unwashed, most of us aren’t really sure and can’t put a number on it? So why, when it comes to some of the most expensive equipment we own, we are willing to take the risk on that investment failing.