Seven new members elected to CESA Council

08 December 2017 by
Seven new members elected to CESA Council

At the recent annual general meeting of the Catering Equipment Suppliers Association (CESA), seven new members were elected to Council.

"We welcome these new members and look forward to their input on future CESA projects," said Glenn Roberts, chair of CESA. "We had a lot of interest in the Council this year and some very worthy applications. I'd like to congratulate all those who were successful in getting elected, offer commiserations to those who didn't make the Council this time and urge them to try again next year. We will be encouraging all those who stood to get engaged in CESA work, as their skills and experience are key to the development of the association."

Three of the seven are re-elected members including Stephen Goodliff, managing director, Contacto; David Parsons, financial director, Classeq and Stephen Hobbs, managing director, Grande Cuisine. The four new members are: Simon Lohse, managing director, Rational UK; Paul Anderson, managing director, Meiko UK; Lawrence Hughes, sales and marketing director, Falcon Foodservice Equipment and Iain Munro, managing director, Hobart UK.

CESA is the authoritative voice of the catering equipment industry, representing over 190 companies who supply, service and maintain all types of commercial catering equipment - from utensils to full kitchen schemes.

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