“I just wanted to say it was a pleasure doing business with Cooling Source, thank you for the wonderful service.”
“Thank you for your great support for this project. It was a great pleasure to work with you and as all your references mentioned, you are extremely responsive and knowledgeable as well as wonderful to work with. Your prices are very competitive and I shall seek your support again! Thank you very much for all your time and support. I certainly strongly recommend you to my colleges at any organization”
“We want to thank you and your team for the incredible support it provides us in thermal solutions. Cooling Source provides creative design ideas and offers service that no other supplier can provide. We can’t say enough what a pleasure it is to work with you and your team.”
“Thank you for your cooperation and response to our Supplier Survey Questionnaire. Based on the FAI provided, I am pleased to inform you that Cooling Source, Inc., has been approved as a supplier.
Please be aware that this approval is based upon your continued ability to provide quality products / services per established schedules.
We look forward to establishing a business relationship with your company. If you have any questions, please feel free to contact the undersigned”
“I apologize for not getting back to you earlier. I was out sick most of last week and have been trying to get on top of things this week. The full inspection has not yet been done on these parts, but we are impressed with the first look. The deck looks great as far as appearance, flush cuts on either end, and finish. The holes look great and the first several we looked at passed just fine with the gage and did not appear bell –holed. We also appreciate the complete paperwork with both FAI and a fully designated drawing. We hope to have the complete inspection done by the end of the week, but it looks very positive so far. I will be out of the office Friday. If all goes well, I will contact you Monday to wrap up whatever we need to and move forward with initial scheduling.”