ICE make gets 4700 MT butter cold storage project

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ICE make gets 4700 MT butter cold storage project

ICE Make gets 4700 MT Butter Cold Storage Project. Ice Make Refrigeration Limited (NSE Symbol “ICEMAKE”), leading supplier of innovative cooling solutions and manufacturer of 50 plus refrigeration equipments, has received an Ammonia refrigeration project order for design, engineering, manufacture, supply, installation, testing & commissioning of 4700 MT Butter Cold Storage Facility on turn-key basis, from Panchmahal Dist. Co. Op. Milk Producers’ Union Ltd, Member Union of Gujarat Cooperative Milk Marketing Federation Ltd. (AMUL)

Company’s Chairman and Managing Director Mr Chandrakant Patel, said, Ice Make have acquired several new customers and this new job order is a significant one in terms of size and monetary value in ongoing challenging business environment.

The company now offers dairy plant cold storage and ice cream mix plant solutions as well. We have recently completed a turnkey cold storage project with 2400 MT capacity and PEB Shed and also supplied a 30,000 LTR & 20,000 LTR (Multi Compartment) Milk Storage Silo.

Ice Make’s Transport Refrigeration Division has also supplied custom-built refrigerated truck that maintains temperature of 2°C to 8°C to Indian Oil Corporation Limited (IOCL) & Gas Authority of India Limited (GAIL) for its further contribution to State Government of Tamilnadu & Madhya Pradesh Respectively for Transportation of Covid-19 Vaccines.”

Ice Make has been recently recognised as one of the Top 10 Dairy Equipment and Machineries Manufacturers 2020 in India by Industry Outlook Magazine.

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