Commercial Kitchen inks partnership with distributor association

Adam Mason, director general, CEDA

Commercial Kitchen, the new event for the UK’s foodservice sector, has announced that CEDA (the Catering Equipment Distributors Association) will be its major association partner.

Launched by Diversified Communications UK, organisers of the Lunch! and Casual Dining events, the show will take place at the NEC Birmingham on 7-8 June.

Adam Mason, director general of CEDA (pictured), confirmed the association’s tie-up with the event.

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“CEDA is delighted to support and be a partner on Commercial Kitchen, the only trade show dedicated to the industry that we are proud to serve,” he stated. “We’re excited that a number of CEDA partners have already secured stands and that they will benefit from enhanced free marketing.  We encourage all our members to visit this major new show, which will bring together all the industry’s leading suppliers and showcase the best, most innovative commercial kitchen equipment and solutions.”

CEDA partners confirmed to exhibit include Manitowoc, Rational, Electrolux, Gram, MCS Tech Products, Adande Refrigeration, Valentine Equipment, Die-Pat Divisions, Commercial Catering Spares and ACME Facilities.

Commercial Kitchen’s group event director Chris Brazier said that CEDA’s distributor members would be a key part of the buying audience for the show. “It’s clear that we all agree that a dedicated trade event for the commercial kitchen sector is long overdue and will benefit distributors, manufacturers and end-users alike. CEDA’s strong passion for excellence in design, supply, project-management and installation matches our own and we are delighted to finally be bringing this industry the trade show it truly deserves.”

A total of 100 companies will be at the event to showcase a complete range of innovative equipment, devices and utensils required to run, refurbish or build a commercial kitchen.

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