ICS Cool Energy has increased its presence in Scotland taking larger offices and opening a new depot to support its growing customer base in Scotland and the North of England.
Tesco has reported a slight improvement in its UK like-for-like sales performance for the three months to the end of May this year.
LG has appointed Andrew Robinson of Exi-Tite as its sales agent for Northern Ireland.
Cold Store Rentals has appointed Steve Hobbs as a director, with effect from 1 September this year.
Andrews Chillers Hire has opened a new 10,000m2 service depot which will benefit London’s commercial and industrial businesses.
An innovative mentoring scheme is being launched for the air conditioning, refrigeration and heat pump industry.
An initiative by Birmingham City University has proved to 12 and 13 year-old girls that engineering can be an enjoyable career for women, in an attempt to address the fact that only 6% of engineers in the UK are female.
The Birmingham Energy Institute policy commission has announced a call for written evidence submission for its investigation into an improved and sustainable systems approach to the provision of cold, or cooling.
Honeywell has announced that leading global compressor manufacturers Emerson Climate Technologies, Bitzer and Frascold have approved its Solstice N40 (R-448A) and Solstice N13 (R-450A) refrigerants for use in their commercial refrigeration compressors following an extensive evaluation.
Six case studies have been developed by International Workplace for RICS and were launched today (19 June) at the NEC in Birmingham.
Big Foot Systems has taken part in a charity bike ride from Eastbourne Pier to Paris and back in one weekend.
Longcross Construction Limited went into administration on 16 June.
Later this year, Verco Ltd will celebrate its 50th anniversary of designing and manufacturing fridges and freezer display cases in the UK.
Viessmann Refrigeration Systems has strengthened its sales team with two new appointments.
Foster, the commercial refrigeration manufactuer, has announced that its product ranges are now live on the professional foodservice industry’s leading BIM database.
Klima-Therm has been appointed a distributor for Chinese manufacturer Gree’s photovoltaic-powered VRF air conditioning and split systems.
GEA has introduced a new group structure as part of its ‘Fit for 2020’ initiative, marking a fundamental shift both in its internal structure and organisation, and in its external customer relations.
According to the latest construction output report from the Office for National Statistics (ONS), overall activity in the industry fell by 0.8% in April compared to March 2015.
Waterloo Air Products plc is supporting this year’s bicentenary of the Battle of Waterloo and, by collaborating with the Royal Armouries, is helping to preserve one of the six surviving cannon from the battle, which form an important part of arms at the Tower of London.
Five BITZER UK staff have completed a sponsored skydive to raise money for the Willen Hospice in Milton Keynes.
The Building & Engineering Services Association (B&ES) has presented awards to six of the industry’s most talented young people.
Sainsbury’s has reported a 2.3% fall in total retail sales (including fuel) in its first quarter trading statement for the 12 weeks to 6 June this year.
ICS Cool Energy has appointed Paul Griffin as group marketing director.
Expanding Toshiba distributor Cool Designs Ltd has reported record results following the continued success of its strategic growth plan.
MPs gathered at a reception hosted by the Chartered Institution of Building Services Engineers (CIBSE) and the Sustainable Energy Association (SEA) at Westminster’s Portcullis House last night (3 June) to discuss developing a vision for energy in buildings.
Chris Bailie, 22, from Belfast is competing to be named the best young Refrigeration & Air Conditioning apprentice in the world and win gold at the world’s largest skills competition, WorldSkills, in São Paulo, Brazil from 11 to 16 August.
Leading refrigerant industry businesses Mexichem Fluor, Harp International, Dean & Wood and DWG have agreed a renewed, exclusive five-year deal to supply the markets in the UK and Ireland, offering a number of important benefits to customers.
Titan Group has won the tender to provide M&E and Facilities Management Services at 101 Euston Road in central London on behalf of Digital Catapult.
EMS says that training is an integral part of its business strategy and continues to invest in a programme for engineers and staff working for the company.
British engineers are heading to Brazil for the chance to compete on the global stage at the ‘Skills Olympics’.
Ventilation Surveys & Services Ltd (VSS) has relocated to Liverpool from Hertford and is using regional business funding to drive its growth and expansion.
LG has moved from Slough to new headquarters in Weybridge, Surrey, near junction 11 of the M25.
Dean & Wood has opened a new branch in Cambridge following continued year-on-year growth.
CIBSE’s (The Chartered Institution of Building Services Engineers) Facilities Management Group has announced plans to co-operate with fellow industry names The Building Controls Industry Association (BCIA) and The Building Futures Group.
Six staff from A-Gas have cycled more than 110 miles, from Holyhead to Chester, to raise funds for the Royal National Lifeboat Institution.
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