Here you’ll find information on our innovative refrigeration products, food safety, public sector buying, legislation, price list, bank changes and GDPR compliance.
This section contains our series of Blue Papers which offer useful information about food safety and hygiene. From staff training and food storage to essential checklists to ensure you are always prepared for a visit from your Environmental Health Practitioner, explore our Blue Papers here.
This section explores why public sector organisations need to demonstrate operational sustainability and corporate responsibility, and how buying products from an approved supplier like us can achieve this. This section also looks at the importance and benefits of the Government’s Buying Standard, and offers a brief overview of how our products qualify for this.
With space always at a premium in kitchens serving business restaurants, bustling schools or fast paced hotels, optimising your kitchen layout to promote efficent and effective work flow is essential.
Here you’ll find out information about the different types of legislation relating to our products and services. This includes links and contact information to legislator sites, and a downloadable version of our F-Gas Certificate to view.
Here you’ll find a downloadable version of our UK pricing list which covers our range of commercial refrigeration products. The pricing list also contains information about our EcoPro G2 range and our innovative and reliable +stayclear condenser which helps increase product life, reduce energy consumption and improve food safety. The price list also offers further details about each product including specification, description, features, model code, temperature, energy grade and more.
This section contains important information about the changes we have made to our banking facilities due to the Banking Reform Act 2013 legislation requirements. A downloadable version of the document which contains full details of these changes can be found on this page.
This page contains information about The General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) which was introduced by the EU on the 25th May 2018. You’ll also find further details about the steps we have taken to ensure we are GDPR complaint and how we approach a data breach in the event of one. This section also offers a brief overview of GDPR and includes useful links to official government sites which offer further details about GDPR.