Epta in Hendaye: a new point of reference for refrigeration
30 Jan 2023
30 Jan 2023
Epta opens 2023 by renewing the look of its showroom in Hendaye. Modern and elegant, it is conceived to make the most of the Group’s solutions that contribute to the Client’s daily growth.
A space inaugurated on 6 January, on the Epiphany, together with the mayor of Hendaye – Kotte Ecenarro - the MP Vincent Bru and all the employees.
The exhibition area features 50 refrigerator cabinets, belonging to different ranges branded Epta, in particular its Bonnet Névé brand.
The showroom is divided into the Univers Marché – for specialist shops – and into the Univers Libre-Service dedicated to Large Scale Retail Trade, from proximity stores to supermarkets. A place which welcomes Clients and Partners in a welcoming and friendly atmosphere, just a short distance from the production lines of its new solutions.
The space is also dedicated to hosting training courses for both internal resources and young people of the surrounding area, to promote their recruitment in the refrigeration world.
In this way, Epta has been encouraging training initiatives for many years. One such example is the Cantau EptaSchool 4.0 launched in 2019 in association with the Multi-purpose High School Cantau, Danfoss and SEPCO Association of installers-refrigeration technicians of Bayonne. A centre financed by the Regional Council of Nouvelle Aquitaine, which aims at becoming a point of reference for the commercial and industrial refrigeration chain.
“Today we are cutting the ribbon of the new showroom, a project which encloses all the experience gained by the Group to date, combined with a look to the future and Sustainable Innovation”, comments Marco Nocivelli – Chairman and CEO of Epta- who concludes: “It has been a pleasure to share this success with all the Epta team, enjoying the traditional Galette du Roi. We are now ready for a 2023 full of innovations, on preview at Euroshop, the world’s leading trade fair for the retail sector, in Düsseldorf from 26 February to 2 March”.