Jet Environmental on course for 50% growth


10 April 2018
Temperature and humidity control company Jet Environmental is predicting 50% growth from last year, based on latest figures.

Its list of clients includes the NHS, Boots, Jaguar Land Rover, Alloga, Great Bear, DHL, Tesco and Sainsbury’s and Ferrero Rocher, Thorntons, Lindt and Cadbury’s in the confectionary sector. The organisation has been a wholly owned subsidiary of Wozair Limited since July 2016.
Managing Director Jason Hibbs said: “Our sophisticated temperature control solutions are created for large-space buildings such as factories, warehouses, aircraft hangars and exhibition halls. For example, we have systems in the Jaguar Land Rover halls at Lode Lane and Castle Bromwich in Birmingham and at Halewood near Liverpool. That such major clients are interested in our services is testament to what we have to offer.

“So far we have managed to use our business knowledge to make the right deals and partnerships to develop our business and bring benefit to our clients. We hope to build on our successes in the future, with the aim of becoming the default choice for clients needing state of the art innovative temperate and humidity control for their products and personnel.''

Pharmaceutical warehouses have strict maximum and minimum temperatures but have a relatively wide band. Jet Environmental has developed control systems to ensure all of the product storage criteria is met while at the same time operating as energy efficiently as possible. The company invests heavily in research and development to create solutions like this.
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