A COMPANY supplying drinks dispense equipment aims to tap into new contracts after a major exhibition.
Brewfitt Ltd, based at Fenay Bridge, attended the Brau Beviale Exhibition at Nuremburg, Germany. The event is one of the biggest and most respected exhibitions for the beverage and technology industry.
This was the first year Brewfitt had its own stand at the event. The company joined about 1,350 exhibitors and an estimated 30,000 beverage specialists from all over Europe at the three-day exhibition..
Brewfitt exhibited its award-winning CoolTube and 4Flow product, which enables pubs to save up to 40% on electricity consumption compared with a standard dispense system. Brewfitt said use of the system could result in energy savings of £50m-plus a year across the beer industry – as well as saving the average pub between £3,000 and £5,000 a year in beer losses through line cleaning.
Brewfitt managing director Curtis Paxman said: “The Brau exhibition was an extremely worthwhile event as it provided us with the opportunity to showcase our technology to a number of key industry individuals.
“The event not only exposed us to innovative and world class technology, but also allowed us to meet contacts we hope to work with in the future.”