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Choosing the right chiller is a major financial investment and reliable cooling temperatures in food production are critical. No one knows this better than Avondale Foods, one of Ireland’s leading food manufacturers and suppliers. An Aermec chiller is delivering energy saving benefits to Avondale Foods as part of the company’s strategy to boost efficiencies, reduce its carbon footprint and be better placed to cope with any future growth. Founded in 1965, Craigavon-based, Avondale supplies Ireland and the UK’s multiple retailers
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Aermec’s Joe burgess will be among the players heading to Wembley to play in the finals for the coveted Wembley FA Vase this weekend! Joe plays left back for Great Wakering Rovers Football Club which was formed in 1919. The team has proved to be remarkably successful and dramatically overturned a one-goal deficit in the semi-finals and defeated Worcester City on penalties. This will be the club’s first appearance at Wembley. This weekend’s game is the dream of a lifetime,
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Aermec celebrated as CEO, Alessandro Riello, and Vice President Raffaella Riello cut the ribbon on the company’s new purpose-built Southend headquarters for Aermec UK, which will also be a hub for northern Europe. The opening ceremony was particularly poignant as the building is named after Giordano Riello, Aermec’s founder who died last May. Aermec’s 4,250sq ft custom-built facility has two floors of office space as well as capacity for a dedicated training room and a 2,007sqft warehouse. The Southend location
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Two Aermec employees who have notched up over 35 years between them have been recognised for their service by Aermec. Ray Miller, Contracts Manager started at Aermec 15 years ago and Craig Harding one of Aermec’s Technical Field Service Manager has been with the business 20 years. They have seen many changes and proud to be a part of Aermec’s rapid growth. Ray and Craig were recognised at the recent opening of Aermec’s UK headquarters in Rochford where a reception
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The announcement that five green energy projects are being backed by £65million in government to repurpose waste heat is good news and not just for domestic users. Heat pumps have a key role to play, and this latest announcement comes on top of other heat network projects across the country under the government’s Green Heat Network Fund. They are a proven route for decarbonisation and can offer businesses an economical solution that cuts carbon emissions as well as energy costs.
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