CCE Group upgrades fabrication workshops with major investment

CCE Machinery

Essex-based kitchen house CCE Group has upgraded both of its fabrication plants with the addition of new equipment.

The company, best known for providing kitchen design and fit-out services to some of London’s best restaurants, has invested in two Amada 8 axis CNC press brake machines.

Group managing director, Ray Costelloe, expects the state-of-the-art machines to be the mainstay of sheet metal bending for the company’s bespoke, in-house fabrication process.

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And he said they will provide increased functionality and even greater accuracy for its workshops.

“I am delighted with our investment in new machinery which will help us continue to lead the way in commercial kitchen design and manufacture,” he commented.

CCE started life in 1987 when Costelloe started out with just enough money to cover the first’s month’s rent on a workshop at Bentley Farm. Over 30 years later the one workshop has now become two fully operational factories with multi-purpose office facilities including two design suites.

Today it employs more than 60 people and can design and build any kind of catering installation including food carts, pop-up kitchens, outdoor kitchens, barbecues and ‘drop-in’ units.

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Alex Douglas

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1 Comment

  1. Great to see coverage of meaningful investments made by a business with an engineering background and honest growth story.
    I like CCE’s more effective strategy of promoting products that deliver the end users the biggest overall benefits rather than just short term considerations, given the higher volume that results. Synergy Grill is one of these.

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