Hobart grows into £1bn global business

David Riley will be heading up the manufacturer's restructured Equipment Division.

A successful 2014 has helped strengthen Hobart Warewash’s position in the market.

Compared to 2013, the company has increased its domestic and export sales by up to 8.5% with worldwide sales reaching over £1bn.

A significant part of the results were put down to new products unveiled in 2014 including Hobart’s new hood-type AMX and AUP warewashers which were met with an enthusiastic market response. The new machines are claimed to be the most economically efficient hood-types on the market and bring the company one step closer to its vision of “washing without water”.

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Hobart Warewash MD, David Riley said: “With the UK playing such an integral part in the growth of Hobart globally, we’re extremely proud to share in the success of a thriving billion pound business.

“Our new hood type machines offer savings and in-built technologies that seriously raise the bar which has played its part in driving us forward. Such great news doesn’t mean we are going to rest on our laurels, however. A focus on innovation is what got us here in the first place and it’s innovation that will keep us at the cutting edge.”

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