Accredited training facility

Cellcool cc

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About Us

Cellcool is an established refridgeration and electrical contracting company  in the Robertson \ Ashton winelands that has a limited BEE rating and is an acreddited training provider for MerSeta in the electrical and refridgeration fields

Cellcool was established in 1985 with the merger of an existing business in the fruit packing industry and changed to a Close Corporation in 1990 when we expanded our operation to focus more on the industrial sector of the producers in the valley

Cellcool has over the years grown from a small 2 man company to our present 15 staff.

The CEO is John Little, he has been involved in the industrial fruit industry since 1977 with a brief spell with Cape Lime where he gained a lot of heavy industrial experience.

Cellcools key men are

Gerber Beukes and Wiaan Conradie, who joined Cellcool in 1999, both competent qualified electrical and refridgeration technicians, with a intimate knowledge of the fruit and wine technical industry.

James Little, who specializes in PLC orientated  and computer related process control, he is also a qualified electrical and refridgeration technician

Johnny  Little, also a qualified electrical and refridgeration technician and a general all rounder

They all joined Cellcool at the time that Ashton Canning was being re-vamped and learned the value of teamwork to get the work done.

The rest of the technical staff that have joined us over the next years are :

Johan Le Roux,  our all rounder refridgeration technician

Jaco Jordaan and Fanie Hanekom, two refridgeration and electrical apprentice’s  that have completed there final training schedules and will qualify later this this year

Our office is run by Huipie Schreuder, a lady  with many years experience in office management and she is assisted by Tommy Little, our storeman and Elmarie Smit, our office clerk

Cellcool strives to train 3 personell to qualification every year, and believes in investing in the youth as the future of the country.