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Hotelympia news: Allergen Awareness Seminar for exhibitors

CESA arranges pre-show seminar to ensure food demonstrators know latest advice

CESA will host an Allergen Awareness Seminar in the build-up to Hotelympia. Aimed at companies who are offering food demonstrations during the show, the seminar is open to all exhibitors.

The seminar will be run by Julian Edwards, director of foodservice consultancy GY5, who specialises in allergen awareness and compliance for food and drink businesses.  It will bring attendees up to speed with the latest advice on allergen safety.  After the event Edwards will be available to answer questions.  (More…)

Hotelympia 2018: Front of house cool from Precision

New meat ageing cabinet, wine cooler, bottle coolers and Retro Refrigeration all set to take the stand

Stand 1620, Hotelympia, London ExCel, March 5-8 2018

It’s all about front of house at the moment, grabbing the customer’s attention, gaining that point of difference. With that in mind Precision is bringing its own brand of cool to stand 1620 at Hotelympia.  Precision’s new innovative front of house refrigeration includes a meat ageing cabinet, wine cooler, bottle coolers and the iconic Retro Refrigeration.

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Greener ice, purer ice, better drinks: Scotsman launches new ice machines

Hotelympia product launch

What a difference a filter makes: Hubbard’s water demo lets visitors taste-test that difference

Stand 2250, Hotelympia 2018, London ExCel, 5-8 March

Hubbard will launch Scotsman’s new, greener ice machines at Hotelympia on stand 2250 in the Professional Kitchen Show area.  The EcoX range delivers less impact on the environment and lower running costs.  All models use either hydrocarbon R290 or carbon dioxide R 744 refrigerants, so they have almost zero impact on the environment in terms of ozone depletion potential or global warming potential.  They are fully compliant with the F Gas Regulations.

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Carillion comment: CESA moves to protect members

15 January 2017: “The liquidation of Carillion plc could have a huge impact on the foodservice equipment community,” Glenn Roberts, CESA chair, said today.   “CESA will be lobbying government and, at the earliest opportunity, we will discuss the matter with the administrator in order to try to minimise the negative effects on the supply chain.

“Given the number of high profile projects that are at various stages of completion, the operational issues relating to existing contracts, and the equipment service agreements, it is vital that the interests of CESA members are protected. They find themselves involved in this situation through no fault of their own, and it will be unfair if their businesses and employees are adversely affected as a result.

“It could be seen that an overwhelming drive to reduce costs to an unsustainable level has had serious consequences. Many in the foodservice equipment supply chain have seen first-hand that there has been little regard has to energy efficiency and lifecycle costs when specifying or purchasing equipment.

“We are tracking developments very closely.”

 

 

Mark Hogan joins the FEM board

New commercial director has a broad role in addition to the marketing function

FEM has appointed Mark Hogan as a director of the company, with immediate effect.  Mark has been marketing and sales manager for several years and now becomes commercial director.

“Over recent years Mark’s role and responsibility has expanded and he has become a very valuable member of the management team,” says Jim Doherty, sales director at FEM. “While he will remain responsible for the marketing function, his new title reflects his much broader contribution and role.” (More…)