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Editor’s view: What constitutes a true British catering equipment manufacturer these days?

Editor’s view: What constitutes a true British catering equipment manufacturer these days?

What constitutes a true British catering equipment manufacturer these days? Is it a business that builds all its products on these shores and remains British owned and run? Is it a company that adds the majority of value to the products it sells within the UK and employs UK labour? Does it matter if the

Editor’s view: No more excuses as new tech puts kitchens in control

Commercial kitchens and information technology have traditionally had about as much in common as, well, commercial kitchens and information technology. But times are changing and as operators look to run their kitchens as efficiently and leanly as possible, it is inevitable that the relationship between the two will only grow stronger. The real story lies

Editor’s view: There is no such thing as a bad piece of catering equipment. Is there?

There’s no such thing as a bad piece of catering equipment these days. There’s just kit that lasts, and kit that doesn’t. Whether you choose to believe that is up to you, but it is a point that’s worth considering as operators across the board begin to expand and invest in their kitchen estates again.

Editor’s view: Change can come quickly in the catering equipment supply chain

The returning interest of private equity investment in the UK restaurant sector has been well-documented over the last 18 months, but could we be on the verge of a more pronounced period of consolidation in the days ahead? Obtaining finance for deals is becoming easier and consumer spending power is heading in the right direction

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