19 Oct, 2015

Major investment in production

Green & Cool’s products are popular – so popular that for a while production was unable to keep up with demand. In response, Green & Cool has stepped up production capacity at the Profoid factory in France considerably, and introduced an advanced quality control programme.

“We had anticipated that demand would rise with the introduction of the F gas regulations on 1 January 2015. But the level of interest was significantly higher than we forecast, and when we could not keep up it affected our customers. As a result of the investment in production we can now live up to our promised delivery times,” says Micael Antonsson, Marketing Manager at Green & Cool.

Green & Cool uses environmentally-friendly carbon dioxide as a refrigerant, and is the natural choice of supplier for companies that accept their environmental responsibility and at the same time set high standards of operational reliability. The wide range of products appeals to companies of various sizes that are ready to invest in modern refrigeration equipment that meets strict environmental, financial and reliability criteria.

15 Oct, 2015

Green & Cool keeps food chilled in Scandinavia’s biggest mall

The Mall of Scandinavia will officially open in November this year. It will have 230 stores with a total area of 100,000 square metres spread over three floors, as well as several restaurants and an 11-screen cinema. The mall, which is close to the Swedish national football arena, Friends Arena in Stockholm, will be the largest shopping centre in Scandinavia.

Sustainability has been a high priority throughout the project, from design and planning to production and tenants’ leases. To meet the strict environmental requirements most of the food retailers have chosen refrigeration systems from Green & Cool.

“We didn’t have any active marketing input in this case. Many of the installers already knew of us, but in most cases it seems to have been the tenants themselves who came to the conclusion that our solutions are the best,” says Kent Hofmann, Sales Engineer at Green & Cool.

The Mall of Scandinavia is one of a handful of shopping centres in Europe to have been given an Excellent rating under the BREEAM system. The environmental assessment scheme is the most widely used in Europe and provides a comprehensive rating of the environmental performance of buildings.

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