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Cool Wheels @ Hotelympia:

23 January 2012

Williams launches market’s first mobile refrigerated prep well Stand N1645, Hotelympia, ExCeL London, 26 Feb – 1 March 2012 At Hotelympia 2012 Williams will launch an entirely new refrigeration concept, designed to help with the makeup of pizzas, salads and sandwiches.  The mobile Prep Well is a highly flexible, compact unit – it’s ideal for sites that have to replenish ingredients from the coldroom and have no room for a conventional prep counter with wells.  Accurate controls mean there’s no...

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British refrigeration manufacturer Precision launches into UAE

20 January 2012

Precision for Gulfood 2012 British manufacturer Precision supplies robust, dependable, quality refrigeration for commercial catering environments. The company, which is owned by Nick Williams, formerly of Williams Refrigeration, has developed a wide choice of products designed to meet the diverse requirements of the market – as reflected in a customer list that ranges from fast food operators, such as McDonalds, to gourmet restaurateurs including Caprice Holdings. 

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Speeding up responses at The Big Blue Hotel

10 January 2012

Call Systems Technology installs a Genesis paging system at The Big Blue Hotel, Blackpool The 157 room Big Blue Hotel is a favourite with families as it is right next to the Pleasure Beach in Blackpool.  It’s especially popular in the summer months and during the famous Blackpool Illuminations. Like many modern hotels, it also offers a range of conference facilities and is fully licensed for weddings. All this makes it a bustling venue year round.

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Classeq warewashers at Barnsley College clean up after students

9 January 2012

Learning To Cook – Fresh Ingredients And No Clutter Barnsley College is receiving glowing reports from OFSTED and has been awarded Beacon Status from the Learning and Skills Improvement Service (LSIS). It’s sited on its own campus in a brand new state-of-the-art building. The newly finished catering school, which teaches students practical as well as managerial skills, is a gleaming stainless steel paradise.

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Go-Go Gaggia goes for coffee in West Yorkshire

9 January 2012

New street coffee service from barrister-turned-barista Isn’t it terrible how hard it can be to get a decent cup of coffee when you’re out on the road or waiting on some small commuter station?  One former lawyer in West Yorkshire got so exasperated by the lack of latte that she gave up her profession to do something about it.  The barrister turned barista, Jocelyn Robinson, has now set up Go-Go Gaggia, a coffee shop with a difference: it operates from...

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