SMEG Foodservice

Smeg was founded by Vittorio Bertazzoni Snr in 1948 when the company specialised in enamelling and metal working.
Today, Smeg is run by the third generation of Bertazzoni, but it still keeps the memory of its beginnings alive in its name: SMEG is an acronym Smalterie Metallurgiche Emiliane Guastalla, which roughly translates as smelting and metal enamelling plant in Emilia, Guastalla, Italy.

Over time, the brand has established itself as a symbol of high aesthetics and each product is made with a unique attention to design aesthetics, style, ergonomics and functionality through vigorous research and development with the support of internationally renowned designers.

Well known for its premium, iconic domestic appliance range, Smeg has also become a leading manufacturer of professional foodservice equipment for the catering and hospitality industries and specialised instrument machines for the medical, dental and laboratory sectors.

Significant investment in research and development allows new technologies to be shared between domestic and professional ranges to provide measurable specification and performance benefits.

Smeg Foodservice offers a wide range of well specified professional glass and dishwashers including two tiers of specification, Ecoline is the entry level affordable range offering class leading features and specification. The Topline range offers additional premium features and models including specialised twin basket dishwasher, an enlarged undercounter tray washer and a steam heat recovery hood type dishwasher. There are three models of utensil washer, a selection of freestanding and integrated semi-professional dishwashers that complete the comprehensive warewashing range.

The other key product line for the foodservice channel is freestanding convection/bake off ovens and provers ranging from small entry level models that take 435x320mm trays ideal for the quick service restaurant environments, moving up to 4, 6 and 10 tray models that take both 1/1EN and 1/1GN trays and have features such as humidification aimed at dedicated bakery and regeneration operations. The range is completed with wine coolers and hotel mini bars, all carrying Smeg’s hallmark premium aesthetical finish and brand.

Smeg Foodservice have entered the coffee machine sector with the addition of La Pavoni espresso coffee machines.  La Pavoni is one of the major brands in the espresso coffee machines sector. They have a heritage of well specified, aesthetically pleasing machines and a rich history dating back to 1905.

The Smeg UK subsidiary was established in 1989 and moved in 2015 to the new head office and showroom facility based in Abingdon, Oxfordshire, employing just over 120 employees and supplying a range of more than 1,800 products across the UK. Most recently,

Smeg holds over 3 months’ stock in-house in a 130,000 sq. ft. warehousing facility in Portsmouth and has a dedicated nationwide delivery and after sales service support network via Smeg Service.

Name SMEG Foodservice
Address The Magna Building
Wyndyke Furlong
Abingdon
Oxfordshire
OX14 1DZ
Telephone 0844 5731370 – 07799 894607
Fax
Email foodservice@smeguk.com
Website http://www.smegfoodservice.co.uk/
Contact Phil Coulstock
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