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Fridge engineers receive Royal Warrant

European-Refrigeration-logoUK: European Refrigeration Ltd, the Essex-based commercial refrigeration company, has received the Royal Warrant.

A family business formed in 1985, European Refrigeration can now proudly display the Royal Warrant of Appointment to Her Majesty the Queen for the next five years as providers of its services as commercial refrigeration engineers.

The prized Royal Warrants, which date back to the 15th century, are granted to companies or people who have regularly supplied goods or services to either the Queen, the Duke of Edinburgh or the Prince of Wales for no fewer than five consecutive years, and who have an ongoing trading arrangement. Today, there are around 800 holders of the Appointment, representing a huge cross-section of trade and industry.

A delighted Derek Murton, chairman and director of European Refrigeration, said, “I feel so privileged and proud that my company has been granted this Royal Warrant and we are sure that this accolade will serve to enhance our reputation and attract a broader network of clients.”

European Refrigeration provides service, maintenance and sales of commercial refrigeration and air conditioning equipment throughout Essex, London and the Home Counties.

Specialising in the catering sector providing a service to restaurants, hotels, public sector, state and private schools, colleges and universities, the company represents leading manufacturers including Foster, Scotsman, Interlevin, Gram, Victor, Fagor, IARP and Electrolux.

European Refrigeration engineers are also experienced in the installation, maintenance and repair of air conditioning units from leading manufacturers such as Mitsubishi, Daikin, LG, etc.

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