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And the winner is….

06 August 2013

Kemtile, the hygienic flooring specialist had a good Total show this year with many new enquiries.

Their stand featured examples of both Argelith tiles and resin polyurethane flooring as well as Wiedemann drainage channels. A free prize draw was held on the stand with the winning entry form being drawn by Chris Shaw, editor of Food Processing.

The winner was James Macsween, Managing Director of Macsween of Edinburgh Ltd, famous for a range of delicious, award winning haggis and black puddings. James was one of the first visitors to put his name in the box on the first day of the show.

He commented “I’m delighted to win this ipad mini and it was good to meet up with you all at the show and I might add MacSween have been one of Kemtile’s customers for over 10 years. That does not just happen by itself. It’s down to you being competitive, reliable and customer focused year after year and it’s appreciated. Thank you. We have used resin polyurethane flooring in our factory on many occasions and find the service we get from the team at Kemtile to be excellent.”

The floor you select for your hygienic manufacturing or processing environment is critical as it provides the base on which everything you manufacture is made, therefore if you specify and have the best available flooring system installed then it will give you many happy years of service life.

Kemtile have been installing food grade floors and drainage for the food and drinks industry for over 30 years. They know and understand the industry and its constraints and undertake new build contracts as well as refurbishment and shutdown work. 

For more information visit Kemtile’s web site or ring 01925 763045


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