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Manitowoc launches iPAD apps for kitchen design and staff training

02 April 2012 by
Manitowoc launches iPAD apps for kitchen design and staff training

Manitowoc ](http://www.manitowocfsuk.com/)has launched a line of free iPAD apps for kitchen design and staff training across the product lines it distributes from Merrychef, Convotherm and Frymaster.

They are designed to help chefs, food service operators, dealers and distributors to plan, design and fit a new kitchen and to train staff to use the new equipment.

The apps can be downloaded from the Apple App Store, and there are plans to add them to the Android Market Store too.

By Angela Frewin

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