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CoolKit appoints marketing manager and announces promotion

CoolKit, the refrigerated vehicle manufacturer based in Burnley, has appointed Loredana Emmerson as marketing manager and promoted Mark Beaton to the position of sales manager, as part of its continued expansion.

CoolKit, the refrigerated vehicle manufacturer based in Burnley, has appointed Loredana Emmerson as marketing manager and promoted Mark Beaton to the position of sales manager, as part of its continued expansion.

Ms Emmerson has more than eight years’ experience in marketing roles for companies including Hillendale Landrover, Biodome International and Kirk Environmental.

Mark Beaton has been with CoolKit since 2013.

Established in 2005, CoolKit is a provider of refrigerated vans, fridge van conversions and van insulating kits to a wide range of industries. It employs more than 70 people on a 2.5 acre site and produces more than 1,500 insulating kits annually.

The company has expanded its staff and facilities considerably over the last 12 months following an average 40% year-on-year growth over the last six years. 

L to R: Mark Beaton and Loredana Emmerson at CoolKit’s Burnley site

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