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Camfridge finalist in the “Sustainable Coolers of the Future” competition

Sep 7, 2023

The Beverage Industry Environmental Roundtable (BIER) has selected Camfridge as a finalist in its Sustainable Coolers of the Future competition. The final will take place at the Cool Conference in Leuven, Belgium on 26th October at the historic Stella Artois Brewery.

“Being in the final of this competition is fantastic!”, exclaimed Neil Wilson, Camfridge CEO, “Camfridge has a fantastic new technology that is set to revolutionize cooler sustainability and this is a brilliant opportunity to present our solution to 17 of the world leading beverage companies”.

About BIER: BIER brings together global leaders in the beverage industry to advance the sector’s environmental sustainability, with 34 members, across ~25 countries worldwide, including 17 of the leading global beverage companies. https://www.bieroundtable.com/members/ https://www.linkedin.com/posts/bier_environmentalsustainability-bevco-refridgeration-activity-7104819700827648000-VwwS

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