A History Made by Its People with Michelle Bauer and Henry Denton

February 16, 2023

Twenty-seven years is a long time between friends. Michelle Bauer and Henry Denton should know; that’s how long each has been with Portacool, back when it was part of the General Shelters Group. Bauer, an Engineering Projects Coordinator, and Denton, an Engineer at Portacool, talked about Portacool’s rich history and the many changes along its evolutionary path.

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