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CESA’s new structure will help meet industry challenges

30 July 2018

Improving responsiveness is key to major changes CESA has changed its structure in a move that the Association says will better represent its membership and give it the flexibility to address the big issues, such as Brexit, training, education and connectivity, more effectively.  It will also aid CESA in developing programmes that work more closely with the rest of the supply chain and with foodservice operators. As the voice of the catering equipment industry, CESA is looking to ensure it...

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CESA warns of complex issues as EU reports on product legislation post-Brexit

31 January 2018

Association works to mitigate worst implications; members can hear latest analysis at Technical Forum on February 22 The EU Commission has issued a document detailing the impact of Brexit on manufacturers, suppliers and importers operating in the UK, in terms of product legislation.  “It doesn’t make easy reading,” says CESA director Keith Warren.  The Association is holding a series of meetings with relevant bodies to map out the implications for its members and look for ways to mitigate them.

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Gentle at the helm of CESA’s food machinery safety standards committee

10 January 2018

Vital European standards work will not be affected by Brexit Andy Gentle, who is Works Director at Hobart Manufacturing UK, has been appointed Chair of CESA’s BSI/MCE 3/5 committee – which, despite its cryptic name, does vital work in food machinery safety. The UK has been helping to write the European safety standards for food processing machines, such BS EN 453 on dough mixers, since 1989. The work is done through the BSI Standards committee BSI/MCE 3/5, which CESA helps...

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Brexit starting to bite, says CESA

30 June 2017

Latest Brexit Watch figures make ‘difficult reading’ Brexit is really starting to hurt, according to CESA.  The latest Brexit Watch, produced by EURIS, (European Union Relationship and Industrial Strategy), of which CESA is a founder member, makes difficult reading. “The indicators we look at are, for the most part, disappointing,” says Glenn Roberts, chair of CESA.  “The stats underline the need for a Brexit that gives our industries what they want – especially access to the single market and access...

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