Bahrain food expo draws Chinese firm
Manama, November 25, 2009
Chinese Centre for Kitchen Equipment Company (CCKEC) will showcase its wide range of branded products at the second annual Food and Hospitality Expo 2010, to be held in Bahrain.
The organiser, Bahrain Exhibition & Convention Authority (Beca) recently signed the agreement with CCKEC to participate in the expo, Bahrain’s largest gathering of food, beverage and hospitality industry professionals.
CCKEC is a company specialising in the design, supply and installation of food service, catering and bakery equipment.
It represents some of the world-renowned companies in the industry that manufacture hotel, bakery and restaurant equipment including Amana (USA), Metal Technica (Italy), Solis (Switzerland), Fast (UK and USA), Hallde (Switzerland) and Yurbo Chef (Netherlands). Other key principals of the company include APW/Wyott (USA), Champion (Italy), Hickory (USA), IGF (Italy) and Scanomat (Denmark).
'We carry a comprehensive stock of spare parts at our warehouse facilities in Bahrain, and our operations are fully-computerised and supported by a team of highly qualified technicians for installation, maintenance and service back up,” stated CCKEC GM Huang You Sheng.
“Food & Hospitality Expo serves as a strategic platform for those in the food, beverage, and hospitality business, wishing to access a market of more than 274 million people in the northern Gulf alone. Its concept and programme of workshops will optimise dialogue between exhibitors and retailers, participants and visitors in this industry,” added Hassan Jaffer Mohammed, chief of Beca.
Many local and regional companies have already confirmed their participation in this event, which will feature everything related to food and beverage, catering equipment, food processing technology and packaging products.
In addition, Beca and Tamkeen are co-financing a showcase for Bahraini food industry Small and Medium Enterprises (SMEs) with Tamkeen’s pavilion being organised in co-operation with the Bahrain Business Women’s Society.-TradeArabia News Service
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