EcoChill investment announced: Excel

2021-11-22T16:58:39+13:00November 22nd, 2021|Community, EcoChill, Engineering, Net Zero, News|

MEDIA RELEASE 22nd November 2021 COOL STAKE IN ECOCHILL BY EXCEL A NATURAL CHOICE.  EcoChill Ltd, a leader in natural refrigerant cooling technology founded by Matthew Darby in 2000, today announced an investment from industrial refrigeration leader Excel Refrigeration and Air Conditioning Ltd. (“Excel”). Excel has acquired a stake in the company – with

COVID-19: Operational Update August Level 4 Alert

2021-08-23T14:58:05+12:00August 19th, 2021|Community, EcoChill|

August 2021 COVID-19 OPERATIONAL RESPONSE Response to the COVID-19 pandemic is dynamic - what we know now may change tomorrow as the Government and industry respond to new information. Throughout this time the message has been consistent - essential services will continue to operate to provide critical support for the needs of the community. EcoChill supports essential

We’re hiring – Installation Engineer

2021-03-12T15:07:05+13:00March 12th, 2021|Community, Job Opportunities, News|

We're on a path to zero emmission cooling for New Zealand - join us. APPLY ON SEEK Installation Engineer - Nationwide. Want to be part of a team that’s committed to making a difference, proud of the work they do, and recognised as leaders in their field?

COVID-19: Operational Update March – Level 1 Alert

2021-03-12T14:50:34+13:00March 12th, 2021|Community, EcoChill|

March 2021 COVID-19 OPERATIONAL RESPONSE - Level 1 across New Zealand. Auckland will move to Alert Level 1 from middday on Friday 12th March. We continue to operate within the health and safety standards expected by government and the Ministry of Health. We continue to ask those who are visiting premises to sign in

COVID-19: Operational Update February 2021 – Level 2 / 1 Alert

2021-03-09T22:36:53+13:00March 6th, 2021|Community, EcoChill|

March 2021 COVID-19 OPERATIONAL RESPONSE Level 2 Auckland Level 1 Rest of New Zealand The government has announced a drop in Alert levels from 6am Sunday 11th March, with Auckland moving to Alert Level 2 and the rest of the country moving to Alert Level 1. All regional offices continue to remain open and

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