Airefrig Australia has relocated its South Australian branch to Wingfield.
The new state-of-the-art warehouse and showroom facility covers 3000m² and represents the largest refrigeration and air conditioning wholesale outlet in the state.
Trading at the new address, 33-35 Johansson Road, Wingfield began earlier this month.
The new location replaces the previous branch at Regency Park. The Wingfield branch boasts a huge 2000m² warehouse with an additional 600m² mezzanine and a further 350m² covered area at the rear of the building.
The expansive showroom covers 600m² and has been set up to showcase the latest in products from around the globe, sourced from Airefrig’s large network of suppliers.
Parking isn't a problem as the branch has 46 car parking bays.
The new branch also has a large meeting room with plenty of space to offer customers to attend product training sessions and meetings when required.
Airefrig began trading in South Australia in 2003.
Over the last 15 years, the company's footprint has extended to also servicing the Northern Territory from their SA branch.
Airefrig general manager, Stephen Cross, said the relocation of the branch to Wingfield was about bringing its South Australian operations in line with the rest of Australia.
“Airefrig maintains large stock holdings as an integral part of our business model. The growth in our business in SA/NT over the last few years has increased dramatically and it was time to move to larger premises that could continue to service our customer base at the highest level possible,” Cross said.
An official branch opening is planned and Cross said the focus of the event will be on Airefrig's loyal customers.
“In the coming month we will host a Grand Opening with the support of our supply partners. It’s important for us to spend the time with our customers and give them an opportunity to tour the full facility and meet our team,” he said.
“The purpose of opening the Wingfield branch is about making sure that our philosophy of being a one-stop shop for our customers is achieved.”