On Wednesday, June 11 (2014), a utility company was digging in the area of The Cut, in south-east London. A power line was accidentally severed during the operation, cutting the electricity service to a number of local shops, restaurants, and homes. If you were a restaurant owner doing business in the neighbourhood, what would you do with your walk-in freezer?
Imagine a fleet of refrigeration trailers all lined up to keep food cold during the annual Glastonbury Festival. On the other hand, perhaps there is a small restaurant in need of temporary, portable refrigeration in London. Modern technology has made cold storage as practical and efficient as ever. However, it has not always been that way.
As a company specialising in emergency freezer higher, Icecool Trailers has seen just about everything. And believe us when we say there are appropriate and not-so-appropriate uses for portable freezers. Let's start with the inappropriate uses by way of a bizarre news article out of India.
We're sure you are aware that the UK will be home to dozens of outdoor festivals this summer. For example, the Party in the Park concerts hosted by local radio stations will cover nearly every major city from London to Cardiff to Edinburgh. And of course, don't forget the big-name festivals like Glastonbury and Jersey Live. It turns out that portable refrigeration rental is one of the things that makes all these festivals possible. After all, how much fun would a festival be without access to great food and drink? And that great food and drink would not be possible without on-site refrigeration capacity.