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Coolair Equipment Reveal New Look For 40th Year

Citroen Regional Business Sales Manager James Walton handing keys to Coolair Equipment’s Finance Director Helen Sharratt at the company’s Manchester HQ

One-stop air conditioning specialists Coolair Equipment Limited has unveiled a new fleet and a new look for 2020 – their 40th year of operations.

The new fleet of 20 top-spec Citroen commercial vehicles will operate from the company’s network of sites around the UK.
Each vehicle has been wrapped in digitally printed bespoke graphics and features refreshed branding. They will be used by Coolair Equipment’s installation and maintenance teams.

Coolair Equipment Finance Director Helen Sharratt, said: “The new fleet is the highest-spec available to ensure maximum driver comfort and safety and we are very excited about the new look. It’s a great way to kick start our 40th anniversary.

“We have been working with leading designers and vehicle wrap experts to create what we think will be the best-looking fleet in the sector. We now have a fleet people will really notice. There will be no mistaking us.”

In line with Coolair Equipment’s commitment to the environment, all 20 new vehicles are fitted with BlueHDi – the world’s most effective technology for reducing diesel emissions – cutting nitrogen oxide by 90% and ensuring CO2 stays well below current EU limits.

Comprised entirely of Citroen vehicles and spread across Coolair Equipment’s UK offices in Manchester, Cannock and Maidstone, the 20 new vehicles were supplied by Robins & Day, of Sale, Cheshire.

They are: Six Berlingo XL small vans for the aftersales division, 13 Dispatch XL for install teams and a Relay, long-wheelbase van for Coolair Equipment’s Manchester-based ducting team.

As well as BlueHDi, the vehicles are specified for comfort and safety to include: air conditioning, cruise control, SatNav, DAB radio, speed limiters and front & rear parking sensors.

The design and branding for the new-look Coolair Equipment vans was done by Aura Graphics – the same creative team behind the Sky vans.