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June
2016

Gram UK debates the EU directive

Gram UK debates the EU directive

Gram’s Go Green Debate is back. Joined by a panel of foodservice experts, Glenn Roberts, Hoshizaki Gram UK’s managing director will lead a debate on the hot topic of the recently introduced EU Ecodesign directive, live on the internet at 3pm on 5th July.  

Accompanied by Mark Kendal, project director at Inox Equip and director at CEDA, Richard Smith, head of purchasing at Bunzl Lockhart and Peter Farrell sales director at C&C Catering, Glenn will lead the discussion on the impact of the implementation of EU Ecodesign Directive, and its effectiveness in promoting a more sustainable future for the industry. 

Understanding that the launch of the directive will raise many questions for operators, distributors and manufacturers alike, the Go Green Debate will aim to address some of the key operational issues around the directive.

Glenn Roberts comments: “The new directive is set to change the foodservice landscape and its implementation will widen the scope for bigger and better technological advancements. The panel will also discuss the need for the directive, who its affects and whether its something that operators, want, need or will come to rely on when making future purchasing decisions”.

The experts will also address some of biggest questions on operators’ minds ‘What are the cost implications?’ and ‘What levels of performance can they expect from a refrigeration unit in the different category ratings?’

Those keen to have their say on the topic can participate in the debate by sending their questions to This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it or tweet @Gramukgreen using the #TheGoGreenDebate.

 So join the conversation by registering at www.thegogreendebate.co.uk

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