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Manitowoc pioneers C02-based beverage systems
Around the world, foodservice operators are searching for solutions
that help them improve operations while reducing their environmental
impact. Manitowoc Foodservice is among the leaders in providing
such solutions; including a new carbon dioxide (CO2) based beverage
system in development with the Multiplex brand.
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Manitowoc Foodservice showcases energy saving solutions at NRA - Booth 3659
Restaurants are looking for ways to deal with food safety concerns
and the rising costs of food and energy - while still meeting the
needs of today's demanding value-conscious consumers.
The upcoming annual NRA tradeshow (National Restaurant
Association) with over 250 exhibitors and 120,000 square feet
of floor space provides the perfect venue for operators to
check out what's new in energy saving foodservice equipment.
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Manitowoc Company, Inc. to acquire Enodis plc
Manitowoc Company announces that an agreement has been
reached on the terms of a recommended acquisition of
Enodis plc (LSE: ENO) in a transaction valued at
approximately $2.1 billion..
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McCall Refrigeration's new crating system
minimizes shipping worries
From Los Angeles to Nashville, shipping heavy foodservice equipment from one point to another can be a nightmare. McCall Refrigeration has redesigned its packaging system to reduce product damage - no matter how bumpy the ride or how long the trip.
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EnergyStar

Manitowoc Foodservices chooses FSC certified paper products
Environmental habitats are changing as a result of the way the world's 6.6 billion inhabitants go about their daily lives. Every person, every group, and every business must take a look around and assess the impact that they have on the environment.
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Kolpak's commitment to saving energy sets it apart
from other walk-ins

While most walk-ins may look the same on the outside, its Kolpak's serious approach to food safety and it's commitment to saving energy that sets it apart from the rest.
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new products
Manitowoc introduces a new high-volume energy efficient ice machine
Manitowoc Ice introduces a high-volume ice machine that takes the heat and noise of the ice machine operations out of kitchen.
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You scream, I scream, we all scream for ice cream
Ice cream dripping down one's arm isn't much of a fashion statement. McCall, a trusted name in refrigeration for the foodservice industry introduces a new glass front merchandiser specifically designed to keep ice cream products at an optimum +5° to -15°; perfect for storing, scooping, or serving.
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You talked, we listened - Manitowoc introduces SN Series countertop nugget ice/beverage dispenser
Manitowoc understands that taking time to listen to the wants and needs of their customers is critical to delivering a product that exceeds expectations. Manitowoc's "Voice of the Customer" research, collected long before the manufacturing process began, was instrumental in designing a countertop nugget ice/water dispenser that could deliver the features that their customers needed - reliable, easy to install, simple to operate and maintain, and competitively priced.
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2007ManitowocBIC72
Diagnosing ice-release problems in ice machines 
Knowledge of the normal sequence of operation and a complete analysis of the freeze and harvest cycles in an ice machine helps diagnose release problems.
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