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KCL adds record amount of manufacturers in 2021

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KCL’s software now hosts equipment content from 22 further manufacturers.

Foodservice design technologies specialist KCL has confirmed that it has partnered with 22 new manufacturers to host their equipment content – PDFs, CAD blocks, Revit families and supporting images, and documents – on KCL software.

Designers, consultants, and dealers around the world can now access this information through KCL’s design tools.

KCL software is used in 174 countries and continues to grow its international base of end users and manufacturers. The new manufacturers represents a mix of North American and European brands: Afinox, Atosa USA, Axis Designs Inc. Micro-Market Fixtures, Cadco, Comenda, Crem, Friginox, GA Systems, Gico, Georgia Pacific Pro, Hallde, Inox-Bim, Kold-Draft, Krupps, Migali Industries, Moduline, Orved, Precision Refrigeration, Rosinox Grandes Cuisines, Spaceman USA, Valentine, and Vivreau North America.

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The company believes that part of this worldwide growth is fuelled by Luca Salomoni, its VP of sales in EMEA and APAC. He said: “Many foodservice manufacturers want to reach North American audiences and KCL is the perfect way to do that.

“On the other hand, even manufacturers who are not interested in the US understand that KCL is a superior design tool with useful integrations and are growing the number of users in the EMEA region and know they can benefit from KCL, even offering KCL tools right on their website.”

While KCL president Kevin Kochman added: “KCL has always enjoyed an international audience. I know our software offers powerful solutions that European designers commonly face while also helping manufacturers in the region grow. Luca is the perfect person to help us achieve that.

“After a tough year, things are looking up. From Afinox’s blast chiller to Valentine’s fryers, we look forward to helping these companies and all KCL manufacturers boost their sales.”

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