- Imbera introduced a new line of commercial coolers for the United States and Canada at the 2014 NACS Show.
- Imbera exports commercial refrigeration units to more than 45 countries and has alliances with manufactures in Argentina, Turkey and Pakistan.
Mexico City, October 21, 2014 - Imbera, the world’s second-largest commercial cooler manufacturer, has launched a new line of coolers for the Foodservice Industry in the United States and Canada, underscoring its commitment to offering a wide range of innovative products that comply with the highest quality standards, market demands and customer needs.
The new coolers in this line have an innovative design that highlights Imbera’s product development flexibility. The design of these commercial units utilizes high-tech components that save energy and reduce maintenance costs; these new coolers also boast the lowest Total Cost of Ownership in the industry in accordance with Imbera’s commitment to environmental sustainability and social responsibility.
“We at Imbera believe that technological innovation is a key factor for promoting energy savings and sustaining the conservation of our environment. With more than 70 years of experience in the market, we are industry leaders in the United States and Canada, and our coolers have the lowest incidence of breakdowns in the commercial refrigeration market,” explained Brent Parkinson, Imbera Food Service’s Commercial Director.
Foodservice sector serves commercial businesses, institutions and companies that produce, sell, and store food outside the home. The range of different segments include: hotels, restaurants, cafeterias, hospitals, bakeries, pastry shops, schools, cinemas, theaters, gymnasiums, stadiums, fast food outlets, convenience stores and supermarkets.
Imbera is the first refrigeration company in the world to receive One Planet Company recognition from the international NGO BioRegional for complying with its 10 principles of environmental sustainability.
FEMSA is a market-leading company that participates in the beverage industry through Coca-Cola FEMSA, the world’s largest franchise bottler of Coca-Cola products; in the beer industry through its ownership of the second-largest equity stake in Heineken, one of the world's foremost brewers with operations in over 70 countries; and in the retail industry through FEMSA Comercio, which operates several chains of small-format stores, including OXXO, the largest and fastest-growing chain of convenience stores in Latin America. A Strategic Business Unit supports all of FEMSA’s activities.
Imbera is the world’s second-largest commercial cooler manufacturer. It has been designing, developing and manufacturing commercial refrigeration equipment since 1941 and today exportsproducts to 45 different countries. With three production facilities in Mexico, Brazil and Colombia, it has sales offices in eight countries and provides maintenance services in nine. Imbera is the only company currently offering both sales and comprehensive maintenance services for commercial coolers across the Americas. www.imberacooling.com