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Food sector specialist Chalcroft Construction will be showcasing its work at FoodEx 2010

Frozen and chilled food sector specialist Chalcroft Construction, based in Pershore will be showcasing its work at FoodEx 2010 exhibition in March.

Representatives from Chalcroft will be on hand at the show, taking place at the NEC in Birmingham, to discuss how its services could be of benefit to food producers and distributors wanting to either refurbish their premises or construct new facilities.

Chalcroft operates across the UK from its bases in East Anglia and the West Midlands and can list well-known names such as Coca-Cola, Kellogg’s, Dairy Crest, Branston Potatoes and Nestlé among its client base.

Whether utilising its in-house workforce, or working in partnership with a dedicated team of specialist consultants, designers and sub-contractors, Chalcroft has the skill and experience to deliver full turnkey projects or carry out refurbishment projects on live sites.

One of the most recent completions from Chalcroft was for Dover-based Tilmanstone Salads, part of Bakkavor Group, which prepares a number of value-added salads and vegetable product ranges for a well-known, premier UK high street retailer.

Tilmanstone called in Chalcroft to assist in the design and lead the build of an extension that was needed when the firm took on additional products transferred from another site within the group.

Chalcroft has recently secured contracts for a range of food companies across the UK, including the development of a new chill chamber for a major producer in Lincolnshire, and a chill store extension for a food wholesaler in Hertfordshire.

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