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CCS becomes Capital Cooling's spare parts partner

Capital Cooling Refrigeration has chosen Commercial Catering Spares (CCS), a member of the GEV group - a leading European spare parts business - as its UK spares partner.

Capital Cooling’s chief executive Steve Steadman, said: “We have worked hard over the last 18 months to reshape Capital Cooling into one of the UK’s leading design, manufacturer and supplier of quality refrigeration equipment and furniture. All areas of the business have ben re-structured but, we just needed help to maximise our spares offering.”

CCS’s commercial director John Scott, added: “Working with Capital Cooling has been exciting, especially when we see the synergies evolve as two specialist providers team up to deliver exceptional customer service. Providing solutions, not just spares, is what we do here at CCS. We have strengthened our refrigeration offering and launched ‘Commercial Refrigeration Spares’ a division of CCS, with increased staff numbers, knowledge and more importantly stockholding.

“We are confident that working in partnership with Capital Cooling, we will satisfy the demands of all their spares customers with both current and legacy spare parts.”

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