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Andrews Chillers launches London depot

Andrews Chillers Hire has opened a new 10,000m2 service depot which will benefit London’s commercial and industrial businesses.

The new depot is believed to be the first of its kind in London and will enable businesses to have faster access to a specialist chiller hire and not be penalised for a London location which may until now have meant a longer than normal wait for emergency response to on-site chiller problems.

This is the latest in Andrews Chillers national network of more than 25 depots strategically positioned throughout the UK and providing 24/7, 365 day access to specialist engineering staff who can respond quickly, evaluate site requirements and arrange urgent delivery of the right type of chiller.

Part of the established Andrews Sykes group, operates with an extensive range of energy efficient air-cooled fluid chillers with sizes from 1kW to multi megawatt units. 

A dedicated service and engineering team operate directly out of the new London depot ensuring that Andrews Chillers can continue the company’s excellent service claim of being able to respond to emergency situations within four hours.

The new depot will also provide a vital increase in support to organisations within much of the southern home counties.

25 June 2015

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