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CEFRANK Pallets Out in the Field

Our customers come from all corners of the world. We’ve done business with people from all parts of Europe, various countries in Asia and of course we’ve got some long-standing clients in Australia where it all began. From where ever it is in the world, we’re always so pleased to see photos of our bundles and pallets out in the field. Some time ago we sold some cylinder pallets to a mining company for use out in the remote wilds of Papua New Guinea.

CEFRANK pallets

From these photos you can get an idea of the conditions that our equipment must endure and how there is undoubtedly some rough treatment for the cylinders on board. Our pallets are designed to stand up to all kinds of weather conditions and handling. The hot-dipped galvanised frames provide a thick coverage for all weather and conditions. The grid-mesh flooring allows for drainage in wet weather and snow. The ratchet strapping allows you to secure a load of cylinders that isn’t full to capacity. Features like the loading ramp help the end-user to load and unload the cylinders and the safety arm to secure them with extra assurance.

CEFRANK pallet


Supporting Schools

It might surprise our customers to know that our Director Frank Cetinich is not just an expert in gas cylinder equipment. He also has a talent for grilling meat, especially fish, that only a select few and privileged folk have experienced. Give him a pair of tongs and some fire and he can make magic happen. For the summer fair at a Berkshire junior school, CEFRANK UK kindly sponsored a Croatian food table for the International Food festival. Director Frank Cetinich wasn’t afraid roll up his sleeves to play chef for the day, assisting his wife and daughter as they made ćevapi rolls for the curious customers. The smell coming from the barbecue was tantalising as people stopped to ask what it was we were selling. With some lovely flatbread given to us at a fundraising-discount from the generous folks at Magaza, we filled them with the Croatian skinless, garlic sausage known as ćevapčići or simply ćevapi and some diced raw onion, topped with the ubiquitous ajvar, a red pepper relish, that frequents many Croatian tables.

We were a bit slow to start, but ended up selling out shortly after lunch with only a few bags of kifli and oblatne (a wafer slice) left. Frank was kept busy for a few hours on the barbecue, keeping an eye on row after row of ćevapi that the crowds waited for as they lined up. The stall was a wonderful success thanks to the help of the family and the generous support of CEFRANK UK.  The day was another example of how the CEFRANK family work well as a team always pulling together to get the job done.

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