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Mega fridge investment

Pastorfrigor GB has supplied more than £100,000-worth of advanced refrigeration for Inner Space Stations' site on Hull Road in York, which has just reopened after an investment of more than £1m.

Equipment supplied by Pastorfrigor GB included fridges to the rear of the shop incorporating micro technology and Clearvision PET frameless doors to house the extensive range of beers and wines, as well as selected premium wines from local suppliers.

Simon Robinson, managing director at Pastorfrigor GB, said: "We installed the new Genova Panorama MC cabinets in this store that run on the natural refrigerant R290. These are very energy efficient with low noise and heat rejection that can only be achieved by using our patented Micro Channel evaporators. The remainder of the cabinets all feature 625mm shelving bays and shelf LED lighting to maximise merchandising and really make a statement as you walk into the store."

Graham Kennedy, managing director of Inner Space Stations, said: "The visual impact is extremely important to me. We've created a store where people can see everything on offer from the moment they enter. We made the height of our fridges and shelving lower, so customers have sight of our full range."

01279 876919www.pastorfrigorgb.com

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