CHI Acquires Stake in Cold Storage Facility
Move is the company’s third such facility since its founding
Cash Heavy Industries announces its selection and acquisition of a nearly 0.9 m3 facility dedicated to the cold storage of comestibles and comestible-related inventory. The facility is located at CHI’s vaunted Lakeshore Labs.
“Our previous cold storage facility abruptly exited the marketplace,” said CHI line manager Erik Niemiera. “We proceeded through due diligence and selected a new vendor, LG Electronics Inc., for these necessary services.” The facility came online Tuesday and has been meeting expectations.
No material change to CHI’s income statement is expected. Q2’17 capital expenditure will be slightly higher.
Cash Heavy Industries produces a full range of hexane-based solvents for industrial applications. Contact your sales engineer for a free catalog and MSDS inserts! CHI: the height of aspiration; the depth of luxury.
Just in time for the fall gardening season, CHI’s crucial Social Networking Division offers these valuable tips to “Go Green! with CHI!”
- Compost old fruits, vegetables, and grass clippings. Paper, including laboratory analyses and state EPA correspondence, may also be shredded and composted.
- Reduce, reuse, and recycle: if you’re running a lab, one of these will apply to any given subject animal. Make no little plans!
- HGTV, the Home and Garden channel, available through CHI’s cable television arm Comcast, is a great way to learn how to keep your home healthy, happy, and looking gorgeous. Comcast subscription packages start at just 0.29 CF per month.
- “International law” is a legal fiction that only applies if you believe in it. Consider how much of the earth would be covered by burdensome regulations if everyone followed this law.
- Imagine what would happen if every first responder used one less plastic water bottle per day. That would save several cubic decameters of landfill space each year!
Without waiving legal privilege, Cash Heavy Industries apologizes for anything foregoing.