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Starfrost moves to larger premises

Starfrost spiral freezer
Starfrost offers a range of freezing and chilling equipment for food manufacturers

UK: Industrial freezer and chiller supplier Starfrost (UK) has moved to new offices in Lowestoft.

The move from its offices in Newcombe Road, sees the company in much larger premises in the centre of Oulton Broad. As well as offering larger offices and manufacturing facilities, there is also the availability of space for future expansion.

The new address is: Starfrost (UK) Ltd, Unit 11-12, Craftsmans Way, Lowestoft, Suffolk NR32 3FB. The telephone number remains the same: 01502 562206.

Established in 1984, Starfrost was acquired by Star Refrigeration in 2004. The company develops ‘green’ systems, focused on energy saving and significantly reducing lifecycle costs for food manufacturers.

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