Lincat trains Trinity chefs

Posted on February 1st, by editor in Caring Times. No Comments

Lincat Ltd, one of the UK¹s leading manufacturers of prime cooking and food display equipment, recently provided free on-site training to the catering team at Trinity College, Camarthen, following the installation of two Lincat Opus ClimaPlus Control combi steamers. The training was designed to help the College¹s executive chef Mike Neal, and his team, to make the most of their new combi steamers ­ gas powered 10 grid and 20 grid models ­ as quickly as possible. “We include free on-site training as part of our standard Opus Combi Steamer package,” said Lincat¹s marketing and export director Nick McDonald. “Once the equipment has been installed and commissioned, a Lincat development chef will visit the site to undertake a specially tailored training programme. Though the format of the training is entirely flexible, the key objectives are to demonstrate the Opus combi steamer¹s sheer power and flexibility, and help customers to maximise the potential of their new equipment.” – Tel: 01522 875555

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