Hubbard Ice Systems launches machines making ultra-cool, extra large ice The supercube or thimble is recognised as the gourmet ice cube for drinks service in terms of cooling, slow melting and crystal clear appearance. Typically machines make supercubes in a small (8g) or standard (20g) size. A few are available to make large, 39g cubes. But these days some operators are looking for more. Something designer, something that makes a big, bold statement. Now Hubbard Ice Systems, which markets the...Expand story >
Hubbard Ice Systems, which distributes the Scotsman range of ice machines, has joined the ENSE buying group. “We have been looking at ways to enhance the service we deliver to our distributor network,” says Simon Aspin, commercial director of Hubbard. “ENSE not only gives its dealer members major benefits, it also gives us a competitive advantage in terms of our routes to market.” In-house research carried out in April 2013 showed that Hubbard scores highly in terms of its dealer...Expand story >
New owners plan to develop market-leading ice and ice cream equipment specialists HTG Trading Ltd, the company that owns Hubbard Ice Systems and Taylor UK, has been bought by two former Enodis and Scotsman Industries directors, Dave McCulloch and Dave Wrench. HTG Trading, based in Otley, Suffolk, was previously owned by a venture capital consortium. Hubbard Ice Systems is the UK distributor of Scotsman ice machines. Taylor specialises in ice cream and frozen yogurt equipment.Expand story >
New Manitowoc Indigo™ Series 1800 ice cube machine available from FEM. The Manitowoc high-capacity 1800 ice cube machine is the latest to be launched into the Indigo Series. The Indigo Series ice makers feature advanced diagnostics to ensure consistently pure, top quality ice is produced, with the minimum energy use. The Manitowoc Indigo Series 1800 ice machine is now available in the UK through Foodservice Equipment Marketing (FEM). The 1800 model is the largest in the Indigo Series with the...Expand story >
Ice-O-Matic ice machines meet energy requirements at new East Midlands Radisson Blu The new five-storey £22million Radisson Blu at the East Midlands Airport has been built to the highest environmental specifications in the UK hotel sector. This means that not only has the build itself been designed to conform with energy saving criteria, but that appliances within the operation also have to gain energy performance certification.Expand story >
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