Synergy Grill Technology has prepared for another surge in production demand by appointing Ady Gilbert as its production manager.
This new appointment comes shortly after the Cambridge based-brand announced that it had increased production from 10 grills a week to 10 grills a day.
Stepping into this role with much product management experience, Gilbert previously spent a stint at Dart Europe, where he managed a 120-strong team that produced a 2m paper cups per day.
Justin Cadbury, chairman and CEO of Synergy Grill Technology commented: “We’re delighted to be welcoming Ady to the Synergy Grill Technology team in this exciting stage of the company’s life.
“With a natural flair for leadership and a thorough understanding of the production process for our equipment, he made for a natural choice for this new management position.”
Gilbert added: “I am thrilled to be undertaking the role of production manager with Synergy Grill Technology and such a team. As well as the role being suited to my professional background, the sustainable ethos of the equipment perfectly suits my personal passion for innovative and pioneering technology.”
The Carbon Trust-accredited Synergy Grill atomises any fat produced during the cooking process, leaving only dust to be vacuumed or brushed away the morning after service. This should eliminate the need to spend hours cleaning fat trays and reduce an operator’s contribution to environmental damage caused by fat and grease disposal such as blocked sewers.
Furthermore, the Synergy Grill is said to use 59% less gas and save over 11 tonnes of CO2 when compared to a commercial gas grill of a similar size.