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Blue Cube Portable Cold Stores unveils striking new van livery

Demonstrating its commitment to providing the best possible service to its UK-wide customer base, Blue Cube Portable Cold Stores – one of the leading suppliers of rental temperature controlled storage solutions for the food, pharmaceutical, logistics and manufacturing industries – has unveiled its fleet of vans with striking new logo and livery in line with the company’s revamped corporate identity.

Steve Blakemore, Blue Cube’s managing director comments: “Our Blue Cube vans are the window to the soul of the business so it is important that they reflect our new corporate identity.

“However, we recognise that a successful brand is based on more than image so our fleet of vans are fully equipped with everything our service and support team need to deliver excellent service and support, including a full range of spare parts to ensure first fix and routine maintenance on our cold stores and blast freezers.

Established in 2009, Staffordshire-based Blue Cube offers a wide range of technologically advanced, eco-friendly temperature controlled storage solutions including blast freezers, blast chillers, portable cold stores and tempering units. The company provides both standard and bespoke rental systems to suit individual performance and budgetary requirements.

Understanding that flexibility is key, Blue Cube is able to link its portable units to a customer’s existing facility to provide additional production or storage space, and fill unused or odd shaped areas. As well as rental, the company offers lease to buy options and ex-fleet units for purchase.

Blue Cube is backed by a dedicated service and support team committed to achieving all-time highs for average first time fix rates and overall customer satisfaction ratings.

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