CESA all set for Innovation Zone at The Hospitality Show

15 January 2015 by
CESA all set for Innovation Zone at The Hospitality Show

Cutting-edge refrigeration, hi-tech hobs and pioneering appliances are all part of the mix as fourteen suppliers show their latest products in the CESA Innovation Zone at Hospitality 2015.

Visitors will also be able to get the latest news on BIM (Building Information Modelling) and its impact on kitchen design.

"The Innovation Zone lets Show visitors see and touch a selection of the smartest, most advanced products and gadgets that manufacturers are developing," said CESA director Keith Warren.

"This year it's bigger than ever before. It's an interesting, inspiring feature of the show and a must for anyone wanting to see the very latest ideas in foodservice equipment."

The exhibitors who will be in the Zone are: Adande, BGL Rieber, Blue Seal, Catering Equipment Ltd, Commercial Catering Spares, Grande Cuisine, Kingspan Environmental Services, Manitowoc Foodservice, Monarch Water, Nayati, R H Hall, Schematic, Victor and Williams Refrigeration.

Alongside the 14 exhibitors in the Innovation Zone, a further 26 CESA members have stands, ensuring equipment has a major presence at the Show," added. Warren.

CESA is on stand 228 at the show.

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