Technolux, the country’s largest importer and distributor of a complete line of foodservice, small ware, laundry and cleaning equipment, was a proud participant at the recently-concluded World Food Expo (WOFEX) at the World Trade Center.
Acknowledged as the biggest and most effective food show in the Philippines today, WOFEX gathered together both trade and consumer markets through participating companies that are major players in the industry. The four-day event showcased main sources of supply solutions in the local food and beverage landscape.
Technolux’s booths highlighted the flagship brands under its portfolio. These included some of the world’s most recognizable products for commercial use such as Taylor Ice Cream Machines, Vitamix Blenders, Elmeco Granita Machines, Convotherm Combi Steamers Turbo-Air Refrigerators, Menu Master Microwave Ovens, Manitowoc Ice Machines, True Refrigerators and Freezers, Vittore Espresso Machines, Schaerer Fully Automated Coffee Machines, IPSO Laundry Equipment, JIFFY Steamer, AJ Antunes Water Filtration and Winterhalter Dishwashing Machines.
Mall of Kitchens, a division of Technolux, had booths that featured its top products and small ware including RAK Porcelain, Zieher, Vittore, Bernardaud, Athena, RCR, Adcraft, Eurochef, Tablecraft, SYR, Icel, Carlisle, American Metalcraft, Alegacy, Cooper Atkins, and De Buyer.
Technolux is a major partner of some of the country’s most prestigious five-star hotels, restaurants, coffee shops, cafes, bars, conveniences stores and QSRs for over 40 years. Its wide range of brands continues to endear the company to its customers who not only value its high-quality kitchen and laundry equipment and smallwares but its excellent customer service as well.
For more information about Technolux, check out www.technolux.net or call 8964941 and 8994531. You may also visit its corporate office at 2176 Primo Rivera Street, Barangay La Paz Makati City.
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