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Beautiful and strong: it’s fine to be tough

18 July 2018

Utopia launches Stem Zero fine wine glasses with Ion Shielding technology for strength. As wine drinkers become more discerning about the wines they drink, they are also becoming more demanding about how the wine is served. They expect to drink from elegant, fine wine glasses so they can appreciate the wine at its best. However this presents a problem for bars and restaurants – breakages. Up till now delicate glassware has been difficult for both staff and customers to avoid...

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Vector Live: FEM demonstrates its radical cooking technology

28 March 2018

Chef Alan Evans says, “it gives you everything… and a little bit more.” When a radical cooking technology comes to market, the best way to find out about it is to see it in action.  That’s why FEM has launched a series of live cooking demonstrations for the Vector multi-cook oven, which has been developed in the USA by Alto Shaam.  The new concept features up to four cooking chambers in one compact body, using an innovative airflow design to...

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Minister commits to helping tackle the catering equipment skills shortage

13 February 2018

Meeting highlighted need to develop new skills strategies and encourage apprenticeships. CESA’s meeting on February 5th 2018 with Rt Hon Anne Milton, the Minister of State for Skills and Apprenticeships, and Semta (the Science, Engineering and Manufacturing Technologies Alliance) has resulted in the Minister committing to host a meeting to help the industry meet the challenge of the skills shortage. “The main discussion looked at the need to develop a responsive, employer-led, fit for purpose education skills system for employers...

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HTG, owner of Hubbard Systems and Taylor UK, announces major changes

12 December 2017

New management structure will help ensure continuing success HTG Trading, which owns Hubbard Systems and Taylor UK, has announced major changes to its senior management structure.  Simon Aspin, currently commercial director of Hubbard, will become managing director of HTG from January 1st 2018.   At the same time Taylor’s commercial director, Pete Gray, becomes managing director of Taylor.  Meanwhile Martin Wood will step down from his role as chief executive of HTG Trading to become non-executive chair of the company.

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