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Commercial Temporary Kitchens for Aged Care Facility Renovation.
See what Paul Shannahan the Senior Project Manager from Eldercare had to say:
"Eldercare engaged TJ Hire to provide temporary kitchen facilities as part of a significant Aged Care Facility Renewal programme in 2015.
The temporary kitchens were required at two of our larger sites and for several weeks we used them to prepare and serve food to hundreds of residents.
Through the process TJ Hire we very consultative and nothing was too much trouble.
The temporary kitchens and equipment provided, proved to be of a high standard and after sales support was excellent.
We would definitely keep them in mind when a similar job comes up’."
Paul Shannahan | Senior Project Manager
Testing done in our freezer rooms
Thermo Fisher Scientific have used our freezer rooms for testing.
See what Peter Hayles the Lead Electrical Engineer had to say:
"Some of our mining equipment is for use in remote areas where the weather is extremely cold (-30C). So we needed to verify the equipment would operate in extreme weather conditions.
To organise an environmental test chamber and to conduct off site testing (possibly interstate) would be expensive and require transport and travel. TJ Hire provided a cool room for use - inside our factory! This proved to be a more cost effective, and logistically simpler option."
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Gema Group does the catering for the Porsche Carrera cup all over Australia and used our mobile cool room at this years Clipsal 500
See what Nicola Freeman the Events Operation Manager had to say:
"We hired a mobile cold room from TJ Hire to cater a major event in Adelaide; from
start to finish the service and communication was excellent.
The cold room itself was first-rate, even down to the antimicrobial shelving; it held its
temperature consistently in a scorching 43degc day, even with the door being
Defiantly one of the best we have had, and we hire a few across Australia!"