Novum invests €2m in range of frost-free freezers
British retail chain Iceland has signed up to use frost-free display cabinets for frozen food developed by Dublin company Novum, at a cost of €2 million.
Novum’s managing director Tom Brosnan said the “Grand Cayman” cabinets, developed over four years by the company’s in-house R&D team, would secure its future.
Brosnan said the project, which he described as a “game-changer for the industry”, was funded by Enterprise...
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