A new crop of catering equipment suppliers will be exhibiting at Commercial Kitchen, the catering equipment show taking place for the first time next week from 7 to 8 June at NEC Birmingham.
Commercial Kitchen is the definitive new event for the catering equipment industry.
Here’s a roundup of the new exhibitors and what they will be offering:
Middleby, stand H2, will be hosting “Let’s Cook” a pop up restaurant on its stand. This will demonstrate new ways of cooking with its Houno combi ovens.
Reco-Air Ltd, stand I6, will be giving a live demonstration of its recirculation units. These extract air from the cookline canopy and remove steam, smoke, grease and odour.
Environmental Products & Services (EPAS), stand F13, will be showcasing its range of GreaseShield products. These eliminate recurring blockages in drains caused by FOGs and food waste.
FEM, stand C5, will be featuring its Manitowoc ice machines and Hamilton Beach Commercial Blenders, as well as a variety of equipment from the company’s range of manufacturing brands.
Jactone Products, stand A16, will be exhibiting PAFSS KitchenGuard which uses pressurised linear detection tubing to detect a fire. This reduces the risk of fire spreading into ductwork and associated equipment.
Marine Catering International, stand B1, is a publication dedicated to marine galley equipment, services, food and drink provisions and waste food management. It features case studies and white papers on the latest galley equipment and provisions services.
Catertherm, stand A21, sources and distributes new and innovative equipment to the catering industry. It partners with suppliers such as Höller Buffet Solutions to introduce new products not readily available to the UK market.
Concept, stand A12, will be showing its equipment including extract canopies, wall cladding service distribution units, fire suppression catering fabrication, hot cupboards and heated gantries servery counters.
SV365 Technologies, stand A14, will be displaying innovative technology such as the J-400i Smart Fridge Fixture. This interactive self-service retail system controls sales from fridges using bank, credit and debit cards.