by Starfrost (UK) Ltd
Jun 24th, 2021
6 mins
BFFF

Starfrost is proud to support World Refrigeration Day, which celebrates the people and technologies responsible for creating and maintaining the world we live in, a world dependent upon temperature-controlled environments. The event is supported globally by industry, professional groups, scientific and engineering associations, as well as by governments and individuals.

The Star Refrigeration Group has been announced as sponsors for World Refrigeration Day (WRD) which takes place on 26th June 2021. In addition to focusing on sustainable cooling, this year’s WRD 21 campaign will focus on careers in the refrigeration, air-conditioning and heat pumps industry and is titled “Cooling Champions: Cool Careers for a Better World”. The goal of the campaign is to inspire students and young professionals – for both men and women – in all countries, encouraging them to meet the challenges faced in their communities.

Robert Long, Managing Director, from Starfrost (part of the Star Refrigeration Group) said: “Together with Star, we are delighted to be supporting World Refrigeration Day 2021. World Refrigeration Day is an international campaign launched to draw attention to the importance of the refrigeration, air conditioning and heat pump industries and plays a vital part in raising awareness for the industry. Across the Star group of companies, we celebrate this initiative and invite you to get involved in World Refrigeration Day and all the webinars on offer.”

“Starfrost’s desire to create the most efficient and sustainable cooling system runs in parallel with the intent of World Refrigeration Day and has led to the significant growth of the business. Our continued growth enables us to create new positions and expand capacity within the business for commissioning and administration roles. The commissioning role is paramount to achieving the optimum efficiency in terms of utility consumption, cooling capacity and operation impact, we hope to encourage more like minded people consider a career in the sector.”

With more than 15 million people employed in the refrigeration sector worldwide, this year’s theme will ensure World Refrigeration Day 2021 inspires the next generation of cooling champions in the form of designers, technician, sales, software developers, managers and consultants, encouraging them to meet the challenges faced in their communities.

The campaign also aims to inform and educate about the significant role the industry and its technology play in modern life and society with around 5 billion refrigeration, air-conditioning and heat-pump systems currently in operation worldwide. Those systems provide the conditions required for health, comfort, worker productivity, manufacturing, and essential environments for food, pharmaceuticals, and digital data.

World Refrigeration Day will bring businesses together in dozens of countries for a series of refrigeration-related activities and events, promoted online and through social media.

In support of the initiative, Starfrost is recruiting positions working within the cooling industry. For further information about Commissioning Engineer and a Projects Administrator vacancies, including job specification and application details, please visit https://starfrost.com/latest-news/we-are-recruiting/ .

To find out more about World Refrigeration Day and to book a place on a webinar, go to: https://www.worldrefrigerationday.org/

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