TF Solutions moves to new premises
UK: Air conditioning and refrigeration distributor TF Solutions has moved its Midlands branch to a state of the art industrial facility in Burton-upon-Trent.
The 1,143m² premises comprises a modern warehouse and enhanced office space, improved storage facilities and a new trade counter.
The new unit is located two miles from TF Solutions’ previous Burton premises and close to to the M6 and M1, offering excellent transport links to the whole of the Midlands and beyond.
“Our new site in Burton represents a significant improvement in our facilities here in the Midlands,” commented TF director Andy Cherrill. “The new unit will allow us to increase our stock capacity and build on what is already an industry leading level of service that we offer to our customers.”
Established in 2001, TF has experienced significant levels of growth and is now a leading air conditioning and refrigeration distributor. The company operates out of three branches in the North, Midlands and South.
In addition to Fujitsu and Panasonic air conditioning, TF offers a wide range of equipment including cellar coolers, refrigerant, condensate pumps, tube, insulation and fixing and support systems.
The new premises is located at Unit 1, Phase 1, Stretton Business Park, Brunel Drive, Burton on Trent DE13 0BY.
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