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“Nearly new” fridges benefit charities

Attention to detail: Major Geoff Hammond with Precision Refrigeration’s operations director, Andy Fysh

UK: Precision Refrigeration has delivered two “nearly new” fridges to an Army Cadet centre as part of a special Christmas charity campaign by the commercial refrigeration equipment manufacturer.

With a number of items of partially-used items sitting in their warehouse, the Thetford-based manufacturer launched a Christmas campaign offering these “nearly new” fridges to registered charities. 

The Army Cadet Force (ACF) at Waterbeach in Cambridgeshire heard about the promotion, contacted Precision Refrigeration, and have just taken delivery of two “nearly new” fridges. The refrigerated equipment will help kit out the kitchen area on site at the Cadet Training Centre Waterbeach.

“It seemed a shame that these nearly new perfectly good products were not being used,” commented Precision Refrigeration MD Nick Williams. “They are a result of exhibition equipment, loan products or items with minor transport damage that were sitting in our warehouse. I have decided to give this stock away to registered charities who are in need of extra equipment in a kitchen area, but only whilst stocks last.” 

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