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C&C Catering Engineers' showroom Open Day 'a great success'

08 May 2013

An ‘open day’ held at the premises of C&C Catering Engineers has been heralded a ‘great success’ by company director, Julie Dewar

The event, designed to showcase the company’s equipment, services and new range of products, attracted a significant number of attendees, primarily from the food and hospitality sector.

The open day, held between 3-8pm, featured a series of live demonstrations, such as ‘juicing and vegetable preparation’ by Robot Coupe, cooking presentations and wine tasting, with a number of supplier’s in attendance to display their equipment. R. H. Hall with Crown Verity provided the BBQ, featuring the president of the British BBQ Association, Ben Bartlett. Churchills, Artis, Gram, Roller Grill and Metcalfe were also present, amongst others, with the company’s engineers on hand to show examples of their work. A 10% discount was offered on all orders placed on the day.

Recently rebranded and with the launch of a new company website www.cateringengineers.com, the event was an appropriately timed occasion for C&C Catering Engineers to present their new, extensive on-site showroom and range of catering sundries and equipment. Specialising in table top products such as table settings, glassware and cutlery, the company is now offering the advantage of an advisory service.

C&C Catering Engineers’ Director, Julie Dewar, said “We are delighted with the success of the open day and were able to introduce both the showroom and our products to new and existing clients. Luckily, the sun was shining and both the manufacturers and employees were on hand to offer help and guidance. Everyone worked extremely hard to bring the event together.”


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