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Mechline helps beat cancer with breakfast

At Mechline we spent Friday morning grilling, frying, toasting and passing the jam for Britain’s Biggest Breakfast. Everything stopped for an 8.30am-sharp breakfast buffet, staff from Warehouse Operatives and Directors to Finance and Marketing departments all got involved, in aid of Cancer Research UK. Kristian Roberts, Marketing Manager commented; ‘Historically at Mechline we have beenRead More

Now WRAS Approved!

Mechline is pleased to announce that the Electronic range of Delabie Tempomatic 3 taps has gained WRAS Approval. The WRAS Approval reassures planners, designers and building users that these taps will not cause waste, misuse or undue consumption or contamination to the water supply, and that they are deemed to be ‘of an appropriate qualityRead More

Mechline joins the Wall of Fame

Three of our Mechline team were presented yesterday with their CFSP certificates at UK foodservice and hospitality event Hotelympia. Chairman of CESA, Simon Frost hosted a ceremony for the ‘class of 2015’ who successfully achieved their CFSP (Certified Food Service Professional), the industry specific professional qualification for the UK Food Service industry. Kristian Roberts, Marketing Manager;Read More

Download our ‘Stop and Think’ Poster for the Kitchen

Every kitchen produces fat, oil and grease (FOG). At Mechline we feel it is important that each member of staff in the kitchen should be aware of FOG best practice. Our poster can be placed in the kitchen near sinks, handwash basins, drains and any other area which could be inadvisably used for disposing ofRead More

Mechline celebrates 10 years of fighting FOG

This month we celebrate 10 years of FOG fighting success with GreasePak! The GreasePak started life in 2006, launched at Hotelympia exactly 10 years ago. GreasePak remains a favourite among kitchen operators. Installed in many of the top 100 UK restaurants, making guest appearances in Masterchef and many other well-known and loved UK chains. TheRead More

Mechline Christmas Competition Winners

Thank you to everyone who entered the Mechline Christmas Competition. The correct answer is there are 500 million individual enzyme forming bacteria per millilitre in the GreasePak fluid. In true Mechline Christmas spirit we have decided to give away two prizes, the two lucky winners who correctly answered the question are…drumroll please… Adam Hall fromRead More

Charity donation at Christmas

Instead of sending Christmas cards this December, Mechline chose two charities to receive a Christmas donation. Those two charities are Hospitality Action and local Milton Keynes based charity Willen Hospice. We are pleased to make a donation of £2,500 to each charity. Giuliana Vittiglio, Senior Fundraising and Marketing Executive at Hospitality Action responded to the donation;Read More

We are BIM ready!

2016 sees a deadline for BIM in the hospitality and foodservice industry to get on board with BIM. UK Government legislation requires all public-funded projects to be executed with BIM (Building Information Modelling) software. Mechline has been hard at it producing simple BIM models of catering equipment including our GreasePak (drain maintenance system), Waste20 (foodRead More

Mechline Receives GreenCircle Certification

We are pleased to announce that Mechline Developments Ltd. has been awarded GreenCircle certification by GreenCircle Certified, LLC (GreenCircle) for the Waste-2-Go food waste bio-digester at Rider University in Lawrence Township, New Jersey. GreenCircle is a leading provider of third-party certification of environmental claims.   Ian Blakeman, Commercial Director of Export at Mechline: “It’s a reallyRead More

One Year On – Ebola Crisis Appeal

This time last year we chose not to send Christmas cards, but to make a donation to support the Ebola Crisis Appeal. We have received an update from the Disaster Emergency Committee which outlines just what those funds have helped to achieve. There have been some incredibly positive changes which Mechline is pleased we wereRead More