JD Cooling opening new regional office


06 June 2018
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From left, Adam Stevens (Operations Director), Tudor Petcu (Senior Engineer - South East), James Tumber (Regional Manager - South East) and Richard Corby (Service Director)
The JD Cooling Group is opening a new regional office in the South East and has welcomed produce storage technology specialists James Tumber and Tudor Petcu.
The pair, previously Tudor Multi Services, have wide experience in ripening room technologies, cold storage and controlled atmosphere rooms and will further strengthen JD Cooling Group’s all-round services.
In recent years, Tudor Multi Services has worked closely with JD Cooling Group on a number of projects and  have joined forces to deliver a 'comprehensive service package to clients in the South East, backed by a countrywide engineering network and technical resources'.
This move is another area of expansion for JD Cooling, who were named Contractor of the Year at the National ACR & Heat Pump Awards in January. Earlier this year the group launched JDI Controls in response to what it felt was a shortage of skilled people in the refrigeration controls sector.

JDI Control Systems now operates independently to support third party clients, not necessary directly linked with the industrial refrigeration market. JDI Controls will also align with the JD Cooling Group’s visions and automation design to complete large industrial projects, in addition to the group’s industrial service business.
To provide a base for JDI Controls, the Group opened a new regional office in Bristol, which in addition, acts as a dedicated service hub to act as first responders to their customers in the area.
As advocates of local employment and training, JD Cooling Group’s drive is to invest in local employment, training and apprentices to grow their own workforce to complement their new regional offices within the South East and South West.
For further information, contact [email protected] or visit www.jdcooling.com
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