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Moffat presents eye-catching duo at The Restaurant Show 2018

4 September 2018

British manufacturer unveils prototype foodservice trolley and latest merchandiser UN20, the Restaurant Show 2018, Olympia, London, 1-3rd October 2018.   Moffat showcases two of its latest foodservice concepts at the Restaurant Show, the MHC1 grab and go merchandiser, which can hold both hot and chilled foods, and a prototype of its innovative V-gen foodservice trolley.   The V-gen is a complete multi-functional foodservice solution compatible with cook-serve, cook-chill and cook-freeze systems. Stand-out features include a multi-zone oven that can cook...

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ENSE and Cedabond dealers can go & grab a Grab & Go deal from Moffat

12 June 2017

Moffat’s promotion offers lower price on latest merchandisers Moffat’s new Grab & Go merchandisers combine looks, performance and competitive prices.  Now the company has launched a promotion for ENSE and Cedabond dealers, who can go & grab a great deal, with an extra 2.5% discount off the list price on orders placed until the 31st August 2017.  

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Ormskirk Hospital’s hot and cold tray trolley is a ‘caterer’s dream’

13 July 2016

Moffat’s trolley speeds service, eases handling and improves food quality “A caterer’s dream” is how Angela Wakefield, the catering and hotel services manager at Southport and Ormskirk Hospital NHS Trust, describes the Moffat Versigen Single Tray Service (VTS) trolley that’s currently delivering meals to patients in Ormskirk Hospital’s Bluebell Ward. 

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The Kelpies’ counter is part of bold design statement

7 March 2016

Striking Moffat counter helps Kelpies visitor centre cope with huge popularity of new attraction Nicola Sturgeon gave her New Year address from Scotland’s newest visitor centre – at The Kelpies near Falkirk.  The iconic horses’ heads are a bold statement, too, and form part of The Helix, a £42million project which is regenerating an 800 acre park and is co-partnered by Falkirk Council, Falkirk Community Trust and Scottish Canals.  Original expectations were that they would attract around 330,000 visitors a...

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