Taylor Made Environmental Opens New U.K. Facility

Friday, January 12, 2001
Taylor Made Environmental has opened a new facility in Poole to provide sales and technical support throughout Europe for the company's marine air conditioning, refrigeration and battery charger product lines.

According to Trevor Goldsmith, managing director of Taylor Made Environmental, Europe, Ltd, the new facility includes a 5,000 sq. ft. warehouse, which is being stocked with over $1.7 million in inventory,and 2,000 sq. ft. of office space.

There are also three fully operational workshops for repair and refurbishment of equipment.

The new facility is being staffed by 16 employees, including five field engineers and other sales, service and administrative personnel.

Goldsmith stated that Taylor Made Environmental will be able to provide 24-hour deliveries from stock anywhere in Europe for most popular items.

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