Refrigeration supplier to drive project development

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Nick Franzen will help CB Refrigeration to plan refrigeration installation projects.

CB Refrigeration has hired Nick Franzen to help support the creation of new business initiatives.

The South Wales refrigeration contractor is facing the challenges in the refrigeration industry including FGAS, carbon emission reduction and energy saving.

The company is playing an active role in addressing these concerns, with new projects in development. Therefore this appointment should be key in moving these forwards.

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Tom Hannaby, director of CB Refrigeration said: “With some high specification projects in development, we are delighted to be working alongside Nick, whose wealth of technical knowledge and experience within refrigeration and HVAC systems, will be of great benefit to our customer base.

“Nick will be on board to help drive the business forward by assisting with technical sales, projects, product developments and acting as an advisor in general to the business and its customers.”

Having held senior positions within the refrigeration industry for years, Franzen’s more recent roles have been with Artic Circle, as commercial director and business development director. He currently holds membership for the Institute of Refrigeration (IOR) and is a committee member of the Institute of Engineering and Technology (IET).

Franzen commented: “CB Refrigeration is a fantastic company to work with. The directors and owners are very enthusiastic about embracing new technology to reduce carbon emissions. This is very refreshing to be a part of and I can only see it delivering major benefits for both CB Refrigeration and its customers.”

Established for over 50 years, CB Refrigeration provides turnkey cooling solutions and supplies brands including Foster, Hubbard and Scotsman.

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