Regular readers of our blog know that emergency refrigeration is not limited to protecting food. There are numerous industries that rely on refrigeration and freezing capacity for day-to-day operations. Businesses in any of these industries could be adversely affected by an emergency that took down cold storage capacity. For example, consider a small lab operating at Imperial College London. They rely on cold storage to keep their brain bank in operation.
Every autumn, Icecool Trailers publishes one or two blog posts encouraging our customers to begin preparing for the upcoming festive season as soon as possible. This year is no exception. In fact, a gradually improving economy and greater demand for fridge trailer rental makes it even more necessary to start planning from now.
When you contact Icecool Trailers to arrange for temporary cold storage hire, you can rest assured that one of our technicians will deliver a freezer or fridge trailer and handle all the set-up. That is one of the benefits of renting one of our trailers or walk-in rooms as compared to refrigerated van hire. We ensure everything is up and running before we leave your site, including properly levelling your trailer.
Several news articles published this past spring described the good work of a well-known online supermarket that donated refrigerated vans to local food charities. What the company did was both honourable and very helpful to the charities in question. From our perspective though, their donation clearly demonstrates the difference between refrigerated van hire and trailer rental from Icecool Trailers.
Icecool Trailers offers a number of different options for fast and reliable temporary refrigeration. Among them is cold room hire. A cold room from our inventory offers you plenty of cold storage space that can be directly connected to mains power or, if necessary, a stand-alone generator. Icecool Trailers provides delivery, full assembly, and electrical hook-up for your convenience.
Food waste has been an ongoing problem in Great Britain for some time. But that waste is not limited just to individual families and households. Restaurants, hotels, and even caterers throw away significant volumes of food every day. Some of the waste is the direct result of over-purchasing and then not using the entire inventory. Some of it is due to lack of adequate cold storage, and still more waste is the result of cold storage failures.