Introducing Commercial Kitchen: The Trade Show for Catering Equipment Buyers

Coming up soon is the 2017 Commercial Kitchen show, where lots of exhibitors will be displaying equipment for caterers. This article should give you a taster of what you could enjoy at this show.

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Commercial Kitchen 2016

To see what happened at the Commercial Kitchen show in 2016, take a look at Seminars, product competitions, keynote sessions, kitchen design, value engineering, pitches and innovations all played a part in last year’s successful show. Lots of products, systems and services were shown by exhibitors to an audience of specialist users who knew kitchens well and what they wanted them to do.

This Year

Commercial Kitchen 2017 will offer a similar but better event. Conveniently based in the NEC in Birmingham, this year’s show has an exciting range of guest speakers: Philip Shelley, National Chairman of The Hospital Caterers Association; Chris Moore, CEO of The Clink; Chris Knights, Group Executive Chef of Young’s and Geronimo Pubs. There will be keynote sessions (“How to Make Your Kitchen More Sustainable Today”, “The Food To Go Kitchen”, “Connecting Our Industry” and lots more), product exhibitors (to name just a few: Electrolux Professional, Interflow UK, Meiko UK, and Panasonic), and perhaps most important of all, practitioners who work in catering and know it from the ground up.

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Thinking of Exhibiting?

This show, targeted at catering professionals, will have all the people who you want to talk to. If you’re wondering about exhibiting yourself, there is not much time left, so make contact.

What Are You Looking For?

Whether it is a complete new kitchen fit-out or just some information about the latest trends in commercial kitchen equipment, this is definitely the show to satisfy your curiosity. Are you after a new fryer, or do you want to find out how to set up a mobile kitchen? This is where you’ll get some real inspiration and good solid advice. Are you looking for commercial warewashers? Then pop along to the show, and meanwhile contact suppliers such as


Maybe you’re not thinking of new equipment just yet. Ideas are always valuable, and meeting other people who understand your specialist catering requirements is invaluable. This is the show for the catering professional, the equipment innovator, the food theorist and just about anybody else with a connection to professional food preparation.