AN air conditioning and refrigeration contractor that launched earlier this year has moved to larger premises following an encouraging period of growth.
Aberdeen Cooling Solutions, which provides repair, installation and maintenance services, has moved to dedicated office, workshop and storage space in Dyce.
Having previously taken office space at the city’s Waterloo Quay, the company is now located at the Airside Business Park, Kirkhill Industrial Estate. The 835 sq. ft premises will provide a long-term home for the growing team as well as offering easy access to the city and surrounding areas via the AWPR.
Managing director Ryan Pirie has also been joined by his father, Stephen, who has taken on the role of office manager.
With a background in the utilities sector following a career spanning 40 years with Scottish Water, Stephen brings strong operations skills and will oversee the day-to-day running of the business; freeing Ryan up to concentrate on business development and customer care.
Aberdeen Cooling Solutions previously hired an air conditioning and refrigeration engineer and apprentice but has now added another air conditioning engineer, George Morrison – taking the size of its team to five.
The business, which has invested in new vans, signage and marketing materials, intends to employ another two engineers, including a refrigeration specialist, by the end of this year.
Ryan, who has a decade’s experience in the air conditioning and refrigeration industry, said: “The first nine months have been extremely positive and we couldn’t have asked for much more from our start to life as a business.
“The level of demand from clients for our air conditioning and refrigeration services has been greater than we could have possibly imagined, which makes now the perfect time to move to new premises.
“The Dyce unit is large enough to cater for future growth of the team and gives us a solid base to service our clients from. While we are an Aberdeen company first and foremost, we have completed jobs as far north as Inverness and south to Dumfries based on our growing reputation.”
Aberdeen Cooling Solutions, which provides repair, installation and maintenance services for air conditioning and refrigeration equipment, works with clients across a diverse range of industry sectors, including retail, hospitality, food and drink and oil and gas.
The company is also certified for offshore maintenance and service and expects to experience growth in this area over the coming months.