We are dealers of Deep Freezers in Borivali and we deal in Blue Star and Voltas brand of deep freezers. If you want Haier, Western, Celfrost or Elanpro deep freezers in Borivali then we can arrange those as well.
Deep Freezers are important for a retail or hospitality business which sells Ice creams, Frozen foods or wants to store products at a freezing temperature. Because we are located in Mumbai, we supply to all locations within Mumbai.
We have supplied to many customers in Borivali. Whether it is Borivali East or Borivali West, we can supply to both sides of the town.
If you want to buy a deep freezer, please contact us at +919359734623 and we will give you the best deep freezer prices for all brands,
Blue Star Deep Freezers in Borivali
Blue Star is an Expert in refrigeration and blue star deep freezers come from as less as 60 liters to upto 700 liters. Besides the hard top deep freezers, Blue Star also has glass top deep freezers, combo freezers and bottle coolers. For any of these Blue Star products you can contact us at +919359734623
Voltas Deep Freezer in Borivali
Voltas is from the house of Tata and a very reliable brand in India. Voltas has the full range of hard top deep freezers starting from 100 liters and goes upto 800 liters. Besideds chest freezers, Voltas also has glass freezers, visi coolers, Combo freezers and bottle coolers. If you need voltas deep freezers please contact us at +919359734623.
More about the Location of Borivali
Borivali is a vibrant suburb of Mumbai and the 12th most populated of all the suburbs of Mumbai, situated along the city’s western coast. Borivali is one of the fastest-growing areas in Mumbai. It is well known for its textile mills. Borivali is located in the Thane District of Maharashtra. It is 18 kilometers (11 mi) from the Mumbai Airport and 33.4 kilometers (20.8 mi) from Churchgate Railway Station. The population estimate of Borivali in 2010 was over 10 lakhs. Borivali is a term derived from the Marathi words ” bori,” meaning Indian jujube, ” called ‘sweet plum,’ and ” vali,” meaning a forest. It is believed that the name Borivali refers to the existence of sweet fruit-bearing trees in abundance in the area.
It comprises two areas: Upper Borivali and Lower Borivali. Upper Borivali is linked to Mumbai’s Western Suburbs and the Western Express Highway by the Dahisar-Borivali Bridge. Its Pincode is 400092. Lower Borivali is connected to Andheri, Jogeshwari, and Malad by the Jogeshwari-Vikhroli Link Road and Kandivali by the Andheri-Kandivali Link Road. The Pincode for Borivali East is 400091.
The railway station of Borivali is called Borivali Railway Station, and it connects this city with Mumbai CST (Central Railway Station) and Vapi Railway Station. The Borivali railway station is on the Western Line of the Mumbai Suburban Railway network. The Airport can be reached approximately 45 minutes by road from Borivali or 20 minutes by train from Borivali station to Chatrapati Shivaji International Airport.
Borivali has the largest open space in Mumbai (Borivali National Park), which offers various recreational activities like boating, skating, tennis, basketball, etc. The Borivali National Park is the most visited tourist spot in Mumbai. The park has an abundance of various kinds of birds, reptiles, and mammals.
The commercial hub of Borivali is a very happening place. You can find everything from a grocery store to a five-star restaurant, a car showroom to a small shop selling books and stationery, from a chemist’s shop to a jewelry store, from an electronics store to a book shop. Borivali also has several schools, colleges, and universities. The city itself has a very cosmopolitan crowd and a lovely modern air to its community. It has Marwaris, Sindhis, Catholics, Punjabis, South Indians, Bengalis, and equally good numbers.
Borivali is a great place to live in if you are looking for something beyond the suburbs. It has all the amenities of the city, but it is much quieter than most parts of Mumbai.