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Williams phones home with refrigeration cabinet disguised as a phone box

Williams phones home with refrigeration cabinet disguised as a phone box

Williams Refrigeration is set to show that catering equipment doesn’t always have to be stainless steel silver by launching a refrigeration unit resembling a classic British phone box. The UK refrigeration maker will unveil the customised Jade J300 upright fridge at next month’s Restaurant Show to highlight its ‘Chameleon’ finishing service. The offering allows operators

Williams promises bulk refrigerated storage right where it’s needed

Bulk refrigerated storage, right where you need it. That’s the promise that Williams Refrigeration is making after launching its versatile and stackable Chef’s Drawer unit with R290 refrigerant. Williams says that its latest product will maximise refrigerated storage in any kitchen environment where space is limited. Available as either a fridge or a freezer, the

Ali Group’s main UK subsidiary “optimistic” about growth as sales hit £124m

The Ali Group’s biggest UK subsidiary has declared it is “optimistic” about future sales growth despite conceding that customers are tightening their spending in the face of economic uncertainties. AFE Group, which owns Falcon, Williams, Mono and service businesses Serviceline and Millers Vanguard, posted a solid 4.5% rise in sales to £123.6m for the year

Pimp my fridge! Vinyl wrapping services turns refrigeration into a blank canvas

Refrigeration company Williams Refrigeration has unveiled a ‘Chameleon’ bespoke range of products in a nod to growing appetite from operators for customised equipment. Chameleon allows operators to personalise their refrigeration using food safe vinyl wrapping. The company pegs itself as being able to provide completely bespoke designs with different patterns our colours to suit their

Refrigeration rivals Foster and Williams agree to football match

Two of the commercial refrigeration market’s biggest adversaries are set to take their rivalry onto the football pitch with a charity match that will raise funds for the children’s ward of a local hospital. Employees from Foster Refrigerator and Williams Refrigeration, both based in King’s Lynn, Norfolk have agreed to play against each other on

TOP 10 TIPS: How to stop your refrigeration failing when the heat is on

Higher ambient temperatures place refrigeration under increased strain. So what can operators do to head off equipment problems over the summer months? Here are Stevenage-based kitchen maintenance provider Serviceline’s top 10 tips to minimise the chances of breakdown during the hotter weather.  1. Assess if your equipment fits your needs First and foremost, operators need

Drake & Morgan credits kitchen design for slashing airside ticket times

A new Drake & Morgan site at Heathrow’s Terminal 4 has credited the design of the kitchen – and the type of equipment within it – with helping it to achieve super-quick ticket times. The new 175-seater casual dining and cocktail bar concept, called ‘The Commission’, was created exclusively for Heathrow and, although a Drake

Foodservice equipment supplier optimistic despite imminent Brexit

The group behind Williams Refrigeration, Millers Vanguard and Mono Equipment is maintaining a positive outlook in spite of uncertainties arising from Brexit. AFE Group in King’s Lynn reported a small drop in turnover from £119m in 2015 to £118 in 2016, but saw a modest gain in pre-tax profits from £18.8m to £19m, according to

Multifunctional equipment key to delivering prime banquet catering

Banquet catering remains one of the most demanding service parts due to the logistical challenges involved with preparing food for hundreds of people in one sitting. But the latest catering equipment is making these occasions far less stressful for caterers. FEJ looks at two examples of operators that have strengthened their banqueting offering through investment

Belfast catering venue makes huge investment in heavy duty refrigeration

Williams Refrigeration’s equipment is being used in a new catering facility capable of serving up to 1,500 people at Belfast’s Waterfront Hall following an extension to double the size of its conference and exhibition facilities. Belfast Council estimates that the new venue will contribute £39m per year to the city’s burgeoning business and tourism market.