Trak Systems, UK manufacturer of bespoke servery counters, bars fabrication and conveyor systems to the catering and hospitality industry, has joined industry buying group, Cedabond.
The new membership should enable Trak to take advantage of a range of business benefits as well as take part in numerous networking opportunities which will help the business as well as Cedabond members.
As well as this, the membership could strengthen Trak’s efforts in the design, manufacture and installation of kitchen logistics equipment, conveyor systems and foodservice counters and drop-ins.
Anthony Pettit, head of business development, said: “Becoming a new Cedabond supplier is terrific news for Trak. We’re confident that the new partnership will help us establish even more lasting relationships with the right people and gain the knowledge and experience to grow our bespoke offerings.
“We felt now during all the uncertainty of Covid-19 and Brexit that this was the right time to join Cedabond. We hope to be able to offer its members support, guidance and a unique solution compared which is unparalleled in the current market.
“At Trak, we’ve always focused on cost-effective, practical solutions to make the end users’ life easier, so we’re really happy to be able to listen and learn from the Cedabond members whilst offering support and guidance which is advantageous to both ourselves and the members.”
Trak and Cedabond plan to work closely together, and the manufacturer is positive about the partnership.
Trak, part of the Hupfer group, manages projects that are developed with consultants in foodservice systems, architects and approved catering equipment distributors.