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Petit Forestier to exhibit at Food & Drink Expo.

Petit Forestier provides answers to the challenges you face by using their expertise in the provision of refrigerated vehicles to provide you with vehicles adapted to your activity.

They have integrated into their structure engineering and technical skills specific to refrigerated bodies and fridges, enabling total performance of their vehicles. Thanks to their know-how developed over many years, they are able to guarantee total independence towards manufacturers and the provision of a unique range of vehicles to accommodate all your needs, even the more bespoke.

From design to delivery of your vehicle, Petit Forestier advises you at every stage:

* On the body: internal volume, weight, type (ambient/refrigerated; Panel Van/Box)

* On the equipment and options: side door, triple-rear doors, tail-lift, multi-temperature, bulk-head, shelves, meat hooks, meat hoists, load-lock, thermo-curtain

* On the fridge: Chilled/Frozen specifications, direct drive/diesel independant, stand-by/road-only, single/dual compartment

Their ability to combine their dedicated knowledge on each component of the vehicle enables you to save a significant amount of time: a unique point of contact will assist you from the design phase of the vehicle to its delivery.

Come and discuss your requirements at the Food & Drink Expo, stand H160

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Title Annotation:FOODEX & FOOD & DRINK EXPO: PREVIEW
Publication:Frozen & Chilled Foods
Date:Apr 1, 2016
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