Thanking everyone for visiting our stand at fantastic @HCA2018Forum and showing lots of interest in our Vgen concept model. We are already looking forward @HEFMAUK in May
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Welcome to the Lord Mayor of Newport visiting the Moffat stand 27 at the HCA Forum 2018.
This photo was taken earlier today at the HCA Forum.
The rumours are true… @er_moffat have been cooking up something very special in our secret facility.Visit our stand at the @hospitalcaterer @HCA2018Forum where all will be revealed! Great tweet from Euan Hunter @ehmoffat
Mike McDonald has just been told that we have something brilliant on our stand at the HCA Forum 2018 12th and 13th April At Celtic Manor Resort
Despite tight constraints, ATL delivers prestige project on time, in budget
The Siemens Gamesa Renewable Energy factory in Hull builds massive wind turbine blades up to 75 metres long. It’s a growing business and, due to increasing demand, the factory’s catering provision began to develop a serious problem: the canteen couldn’t serve lunch quickly enough to the 300 staff, plus on-site contractors and visitors. The layout of the foodservice area caused such long queues that some people spent most of their lunch hour waiting in line. So the company called in Hull-based ATL Commercial Kitchens to help sort the issue. In turn, ATL called in E&R Moffat to design and manufacture bespoke counters as part of the redevelopment of the facility. The result is a fast, efficient lunchtime service in a modern, sleek canteen area.
“This was a very prestigious project and Siemens wanted to use a local company with commercial kitchen expertise, which is why they came to us,” says Lisa Graham, sales director of ATL. “They also wanted equipment to be manufactured in the UK, so Moffat was the obvious choice.”
British manufacturer Moffat is the specialist in hospital catering. Over more than five decades the company has developed a dedicated range, from regeneration trolleys, mobile servery solutions and Grab & Go merchandisers to custom built restaurant counters and ward kitchens.
Typical of Moffat’s innovation is the Chillogen hospital foodservice trolley. It acts as a refrigerator, holding chilled food, and as a regen oven, heating the food up, and as a hot hold cabinet, holding food until it’s required. And it does all of this in the one unit. It cuts down handling, makes life easier for kitchen staff and those serving patients on the ward, and simplifies HACCP compliance.
Download the hospital brochure from www.ermoffat.co.uk for more information.
This was recently posted on Twitter by Sigma Catering
Measuring up for a new Moffat counter and noticed the existing one was built in 1973. We were wondering if there are any older Moffat counters out there?