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2011-12-01 - Cold Jet Introduces Sales and Service Center in Worcester, MA

Expands Geographic Coverage via Partnership with Cryogenic Institute of New England

Loveland, OH and Worcester, MA – December  1, 2011Cold Jet®, the global leader in dry ice cleaning and surface preparation technology, announced today it has added a sales and service location in Worcester, MA.  Through a regional sales and service agency agreement with the Cryogenic Institute of New England, the facility, located at 78 Chilmark Street, Worcester, MA will stock the full range of Cold Jet Dry Ice Cleaning Systems and have on site sales and service staff trained in the utilization, inspection, maintenance and repair of Cold Jet systems.

"We have long recognized the importance of maintaining full service facilities close to our customers' operations. Whether the need is a new machine, or a critical repair, having that capability within a few hours’ drive enables us to offer the highest level of service to our valued customers," said Gene Cooke, III, President and CEO of Cold Jet.

In addition to providing sales and service for Cold Jet dry ice cleaning machines, Cold Jet New England will also facilitate availability of high quality dry ice for its cleaning customers in the Northeastern Region. “The availability of high density dry ice for cleaning applications is critical to those who utilize this technology. By ensuring a reliable and affordable supply of high density dry ice to our customers, we reinforce our commitment to providing a complete solution to their needs,” said Cooke.

The Cold Jet NE offices (coldjetne.com) will be headed up by Robin Rhodes, President of the Cryogenic Institute of New England. The facility will serve the states of Connecticut, Maine, Massachusetts, New Hampshire, New York (Eastern), Rhode Island and Vermont.  “This was a perfect opportunity for us to expand our relationship with Cold Jet,” said Rhodes.  “We have long utilized Cold Jet technology for our business, and look forward to offering our expertise and service to those looking to purchase or maintain their Cold Jet equipment in the Northeastern United States.”

The Cryogenic Institute of New England will be able to provide Cold Jet customers with its expertise in various applications from the aerospace, medical, defense , power generation, historic restoration and manufacturing industries, among many others.  “The knowledge we posses from the various industries we specialize in will help us better serve our customers seeking dry ice blast cleaning equipment, services and technical support,” stated Ryan Taylor, Sales & Marketing Manager at the Cryogenic Institute of New England, Inc. 

The Worcester facility is now operational and ready to respond to Cold Jet sales inquiries and service requests.

About Cold Jet

Cold Jet® is the world leader in developing innovative, environmentally responsible cleaning solutions that help companies reduce maintenance costs, enhance product quality, prolong equipment life, and improve productivity and worker safety. Cold Jet's extensive line of dry ice blasting systems are used in a variety of industries, making productive use of recycled carbon dioxide while eliminating the need for chemicals and water in the cleaning process. In addition to its dry ice-based cleaning systems, the company's dry ice production equipment is used by every major gas company worldwide to produce the highest density dry ice available. Cold Jet is a private company with global headquarters in Loveland, Ohio and international operations in Europe, Asia, Middle East, Canada and Mexico. For more information, visit www.coldjet.com or call 1-800-337-9423 or +1 513-831-3211 (International).

About Cryogenic Institute of New England

The Cryogenic Institute of New England, Inc. is dedicated to the commercial application of cryogenic technologies to serve the needs of industry, government and scientists. The firm offers a full range of Nitrofreeze® cryogenic services, including cryogenic burr removal services, cryogenic deflashing services, conventional cryogenic treatment, heat & freeze thermal cycling, shrink fitting services, and dry ice (CO2) blast cleaning. It also offers engineering services, cryogenic lab work in support of R & D, and custom equipment design for new and unique cryogenic applications. It is a corporate sustaining member of the Cryogenic Society of America, ASM-The Materials Society and the Worcester Regional Chamber of Commerce.  For more information, visit http://www.nitrofreeze.com/index.html or call (508) 459-7447.

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