Mobile cooling supply with a future

date: 17. June 2021
time: 9:00 – 10:00 Clock

The world is constantly changing. If you look at the megatrends of the future, there are three themes, who are at the forefront: sustainability, Digitization and individualization. These trends can also be observed in the mobile energy industry: Our awareness as well as the legal situation call for more and more environmentally friendly measures, Digital solutions offer great added value and simplify processes and, last but not least, the industry demands tailor-made solutions and sound advice from us.

How exactly these topics influence and change the mobile refrigeration industry, will be the focus of our upcoming webinar. In any case, you can look forward to a concentrated hour filled with exciting information and interactive units.

Inspirational speakers, exciting topics and deep insights

In addition to our refrigeration expert Stephan Marty and our CEO Stefan Moll-Thissen, we are pleased, to be able to welcome an expert from the field of mobile refrigeration as a speaker at the upcoming webinar. Alexander Möller, Sales Director at Daikin Applied Germany GmbH will speak in our webinar about the changes in the mobile refrigeration industry and answer some exciting questions.

We can not only do cold, but also warmth. This is also proven by our summer warming campaign this year. Because like every year we would like to lure you with a very special offer in the summer season: This time, when you rent a product from our heating portfolio, you will even get an air conditioner for free. Because we know, how quickly it can get hot and unbearable in midsummer and want to ensure a comfortable climate in your office.

* Valid when renting mobile heating units, Warm air heating, Pellmobiles and electric heaters in the rental period 26.05.2021 to 31.08.2021 and incoming orders 26.05.2021. Valid from a minimum rental value of CHF 4,000.- and limited to 1 Air conditioning unit per order and construction project. Cannot be accumulated and only while stocks last.