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Welbilt bolsters UK net profit by 65% as turnover soars to £85m

Foodservice equipment manufacturer Welbilt’s UK business is now worth £85m a year following a year in which the company also posted record profits, latest financial accounts show. Turnover at the firm increased 10% to £84.9m for the 12 months to 31 December 2017 as the company saw healthy demand for its range of cooking equipment.

Welbilt confirms plans to launch first culinary masterclasses in Ireland

Welbilt is launching its first culinary masterclasses in Ireland after partnering up with local distributor partner ABC Services. The sessions will be dedicated to Welbilt’s Convotherm and Merrychef brands and provide an invaluable insight for end-users in helping them discover the latest product technology and innovations. Initial dates at the new site are Tuesday 18 September

EXCLUSIVE: Welbilt stalwart Graham Veal preparing to step down in January

Welbilt’s long-serving industry stalwart and current EMEA vice president marketing, Graham Veal, is set to retire from his role in January 2018.  Since joining the group in 1994, originally as part-owner and managing director of Merrychef Limited, Mr Veal has been an integral part of the business having held high-ranking leadership roles within both the

Coffee chain recruits MerryChef ovens as it squares up to market giants

SOHO Coffee & Co’s drive for growth into one of the most competitive segments of the foodservice market is being aided by MerryChef ovens, which are helping the brand to achieve speed of service and consistency across all of its sites as it quickly scales up the business. The coffee chain is looking to standardise

Costa on track for 250 more sites as new equipment pushes growth

Coffee giant Costa remains on track to open between 230 and 250 new stores worldwide after achieving modest sales growth, Whitbread’s Q1 results revealed this morning. But growth within its restaurants was slower at +0.7% like-for-like. Costa’s sales growth (+1% like-for-like) has partly been attributed to the rolling out of its new breakfast and hot