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GI News
Wednesday, 10 March 2010 - 11:40am

Global Insulation Logistics (GIL) Ltd together with insulated panel manufacturer, Eurobond, today signed an exclusive 10 year partnership agreement with Techxact, the leading consultancy and developer of data centres in the Middle East and North Africa.  This marks a major development in GIL's presence in the region and together they will jointly market and sell their products and services in data centre construction.

Mr Mehdi Paryavi President of TechXact commented: "We first met the directors of GIL at a data centre strategies conference in Abu Dhabi last June and we were very impressed with the company's ethos and heritage in providing data centre solutions. While we looked at other companies, nobody really came close or had the kind of fire rated composite technology for insulated construction we desperately needed and we instantly saw the benefits of the Eurobond panels and GIL's unique approach."  

Techxact markets a newly developed German, State -Of -The-Art, Fire Prevention System called OxyReduct.  OxyReduct (Oxygen Reduction) is Fire Prevention through the extraction of oxygen. In order for a fire to start, heat and oxygen from the atmosphere are needed. If the oxygen level is reduced flammability levels also decline. By introducing nitrogen the oxygen content can be reduced and held at a pre- atmosphere, outbreak of fire can be excluded. This innovative system relies on "sealed "  rooms which is...

GI News
Tuesday, 13 October 2009 - 11:58am

Insulated structures construction specialist’s panels are 100% recyclable

Global Insulation Logistics Ltd., today announced that its specialist composite panels used for fire rated and security solutions have been awarded a Green Guide rating of A by the British Research Establishment (BRE). This means the state of the art solution is 100% recyclable.

The company adheres to a rigorous green policy ensuring that every aspect of planning and design, construction and material use is carried out with regard to environmental considerations. The company selects materials that guarantee no waste during manufacture, construction or end of life phases of projects, and that can be independently recycled, diverting waste from landfill.

Global Insulation provides state of the art composite panel and door systems and specialises in the construction of insulated structures such as industrial cold stores, food production facilities and clean room environments for the telecoms, data storage and pharmaceutical industries. The Green Guide examines the relative environmental impacts of construction materials based on criteria provided by the BRE Environmental Assessment Method.

Co-founder of Global Insulation Logistics Ltd., Greg Hodge, said: "we take our environmental responsibilities and the ambition to create a low-carbon industry very...

GI News
Thursday, 24 September 2009 - 12:19pm

Global Insulation conquers East Asia and Pacific Rim

Global Insulation Logistics Ltd., the UK-based insulated structures construction specialist, today announced that it is experiencing continued success on the international market.

Global Insulation specialises in the construction of insulated structures such as industrial cold stores, food production facilities and clean room environments for the telecoms, data storage and pharmaceutical industries. International projects range from in-flight catering facilities for a large catering company in Manila to large telecom switch rooms for a major provider in Europe; UPS and server rooms for a US credit card company in Russia, and refurbishments to catering facilities in Hong Kong and Shanghai.

As a result of continued demand for projects abroad, Global Insulation Logistics has opened representation offices in both Manila and Hong Kong.

Founder of Global Insulation Logistics Ltd., Greg Hodge, said: “Many companies are reticent to do international work. From the very beginning our strategy has been to apply our knowledge and expertise, and deliver our capabilities, on an international basis. We are pleased that this strategy has paid off and that despite the economic downturn, we still continue to expand the boundaries of insulated construction.”

He concluded: “Undertaking international projects requires the capacity and confidence to take business knowledge and deliver it...