New temperature-controlled vehicle converters launches in UK

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New conversion business MAR Cooling Solutions has officially launched in the UK, bringing a range of specialist refrigerated and temperature-controlled vehicle conversions.

MAR Cooling Solutions offers all temperature-controlled conversions including refrigerated panel vans, chill and freezer conversions

Formed as the need for refrigerated vehicles rises on the back of the increased demand for home deliveries, MAR Cooling Solutions provides services to SMEs as well as supermarkets, pharmaceutical organisations, fleet management companies and dealerships.

The company offers all temperature-controlled conversions including refrigerated panel vans, chill and freezer conversions, as well as line outs for vehicles without a fridge unit, electric refrigerated vehicles plus additional racking, frames and other specifications.

The official launch comes on the back of months of behind-the-scenes work to set up its facilities in East Sussex at the end of last year.

Chairman Martin James said: “I speak for the whole team when I say that we’re extremely proud to be officially launching MAR Cooling Solutions onto the market. Launching a new business during a global pandemic was always going to have its fair share of challenges, but due to the influx of refrigeration requirements, we are helping more and more businesses reach their customers in these difficult times.”

The business is already working on large-scale projects, including conversions for vans utilised to deliver Covid-19 vaccines across the country.

Martin James added: “We are all very proud to be playing a small part in making a difference. Our core conversion team really are experts in their field and we’re hoping to become a reliable supplier to various industries as MAR grows into the future; watch this space!”

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Natalie Middleton

Natalie has worked as a fleet journalist for nearly 20 years, previously as assistant editor on the former Company Car magazine before joining Fleet World in 2006. Prior to this, she worked on a range of B2B titles, including Insurance Age and Insurance Day. Natalie edits all the Fleet World websites and newsletters, and loves to hear about any latest industry news - or gossip.