Frigoblock extends warranty on UK refrigeration units

Essen, Germany:  Frigoblock is to extend the warranty for its refrigeration units for UK customers to three years.  Frigoblock will formally announce the change at its stand at the CV Show next week.

“This action helps to emphasise the quality, serviceability and durability of our products, it also reflects the many positive experiences that our customers have with Frigoblock”, said John Winter, managing director of Frigoblock UK.

Frigoblock is to extend the warranty for its refrigeration units for UK customers to three years

“We are absolutely convinced that there is no better and more economical transport refrigeration than Frigoblock. With the new three-year warranty we now affirm this to the benefit of all our customers,: Winter said.

The warranty covers all Frigoblock units offered in the UK market and will be implemented via the Frigoblock UK service network.

Frigoblock refrigeration units use electric drives from the truck engine to power all components including the compressor and fan systems.  Frigoblock is exhibiting a cross-section of transport refrigeration units at the CV Show, Hall 3, Stand 3B81, next week.

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