Jet Environmental, the leading provider of climate control solutions for industrial and commercial buildings, has launched its new website and video that explains the company’s capabilities and services.
The website showcases the company’s new promotional video which demonstrates the breadth of Jet Environmental’s offering. Viewers will be transported through a Jet Environmental system, view a selection of installations and understand how the company operates.
The video will be displayed on the Jet Environmental stand (G35) at the Temperature Controlled Storage & Distribution (TCS&D) show 13-14 September 2017. TCS&D 2017 is the UK’s leading industry event designed to showcase products and services which provide temperature-controlled storage and distribution of chilled and frozen foods.
With enhanced clarity, improved navigation and intuitive functionality, www.jetenvironmental.com makes it easy for users to keep up to date with services and developments at Jet Environmental.
The website provides details of Jet Environmental’s Balanced Jet technology, research and development, service and maintenance packages, partnership programmes and finance options. Visitors to the site can also read case studies about many of Jet Environmental’s projects in buildings such as pharmaceutical and confectionery warehouses, car factories and aircraft hangars.
Jason Hibbs, managing director of Jet Environmental, said: “Our new website and video reflects the products and services we offer at Jet Environmental. Our industry can be complex and technical, so it’s important to give the customer a concise, understandable platform that explains what we do.”
Established in 1981, Jet Environmental works with the UK’s leading consultants, contractors and end users to provide energy efficient climate control solutions for large volume buildings.
The company works across diverse sectors including pharmaceutical, confectionery, vehicle manufacturing and heavy industry. Clients include the NHS, Boots, Alloga, Phoenix Healthcare, GlaxoSmithKline, Sainsbury’s, Tesco, Waitrose, ASDA, Rolls Royce, Jaguar Land Rover, The Range, Boohoo, TK Maxx, Argos and B&Q.
The company works in buildings up to 40m high and floor areas of between 1,000m² and over 150,000m². Examples include logistics warehouses, mezzanine areas, retail park stores, leisure and exhibition centres, production facilities and mail service centres.