In a continuous effort to ensure that Trak is up-to-date with the latest catering knowledge and information, the manufacturer has become a member of CESA.
CESA is the industry’s largest trade organisation, which offers access to a wide business network, and has been running for over 80 years.
Philipp Schumacher, director of Trak, said: “Our recent partnership with CESA will allow us to stand out from the rest of businesses in the same industry, and will hopefully help drive Trak forward in business growth and to face new challenges in the ever-changing industry of catering with practical solutions.”
Members who join can benefit from gaining a thorough understanding of the catering equipment sector by taking part in training, attending networking events and conferences, and being advised on equipment buying and waste and energy saving.
As well as this, CESA also works with colleges and training providers to promote apprenticeships in electrical, electronic product service and installation engineering to encourage more young people to pursue a career in the industry.
It also provides professional seminars and courses for members who are relatively new to the foodservice industry, in which they will develop their knowledge and receive an accredited certification at the end of the course.
Schumacher added: “Becoming a member of CESA is something we are very proud of. We are very much looking forward to becoming involved with the work CESA provide for its members, and broadening our knowledge of the catering equipment industry in order to provide a better service for our customers.”