New look for CoolKit website

Burnley, Lancashire: Van converter CoolKit has launched a new website.

The company says: “From the latest industry news to innovative firsts and everything temperature-controlled vehicle related, our new website will cater for all your needs. Whether you’re a small business, van dealership or fleet operator, our experts can help you find the right solution for your business.”

On the new website’s ‘Latest News’ section CoolKit chief executive Rupert Gatty has been reflecting on the Covid-19 crisis and what the company can learn from it.

“As we now take time to breathe and reflect on the last three months, we are looking at increasing our stockholdings in order to protect against the threat of depleted stock in the future, as this was without doubt our greatest threat during the lockdown period.

“We’ve learned to plan further ahead in terms of labour resources and have identified areas of the business that were inefficient and need attention as we enter this next phase.”

www.coolkit.co.uk

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