Issue : February 2010
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Turnover at Emcor Group fell by 20 per cent to £3.6 billion for 2009, the firm announced today.
This morning while driving to work I nearly crashed the car. The cause of my amazement was that refrigeration became a mainstream news item.
Hotel group Travelodge has announced plans to build on 10 new sites worth £60.7 million to boost its presence in UK city centres.
Supermarket chain Asda is to open three smaller stores around the UK before the end of March.
Barr Construction has won two contracts with Tesco, which will see it construct a new store in Middlesex and construct a new replacement store at Musselburgh, East Lothian.
Recently I completed a webinar, the trendy name for those online presentations where the audience watches from home and can submit questions in real time.
Tesco has opened the doors to its new Cambridgeshire store, which the company says is the first ‘zero carbon’ supermarket in the world.
Refrigerant producer Ineos Fluor has been sold to Mexican chemicals giant Mexichem.
The Chilling Facts report is set to create more waves in the rac industry, thanks to increased attention from both the government and the national media.
The Environmental Investigation Agency has thrown down the gauntlet to supermarkets and to their rac supply chains following the publication of its second Chilling Facts report.