Williams Refrigeration has been selected as a supplier for the ESPO public sector procurement framework Catering Equipment (98). The company is reported to be the only refrigeration manufacturer to receive this award.
The announcement means that public sector buyers will have access to the comprehensive Williams range, from compact undercounters to high capacity coldrooms, as well as specialist products such as prep stations, blast chillers and chef’s drawers.
ESPO currently works with some 1,300 suppliers, all of whom are selected through a fair, transparent and compliant public procurement process. Only suppliers who offer their best prices, service levels and terms are considered for a framework or contract.
“ESPO has the most widely used procurement framework in the public sector and obviously we are absolutely delighted to have been nominated,” says Malcolm Harling, sales and marketing director of Williams.
There is a huge variety of refrigeration requirements within the public sector, virtually all of which Williams can support, whether that be space-saving fridges for hospital ward kitchens, blast chiller freezers for universities, upright cabinets for school kitchens, or even bottle coolers for the student union bar. “ESPO is a one-stop-shop for public sector buyers,” says Harling. “Our ability to cover just about every application of foodservice refrigeration makes us a very good fit.”
Williams Refrigeration offers a comprehensive range of commercial refrigeration including gastronorm cabinets and counters, specialist bakery equipment, coldrooms, multidecks and blast chillers.
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