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IFSA Product News


AMKO INNOVATES IN PORCELAIN


AMKO Group has launched a new range of matt and gloss finished porcelain. The new innovative finish does not stain, is dishwasher safe and retains the strength of any top end porcelain.


NEW HEADSETS FROM LINSTOL


GO ORGANIC WITH DELYSE


Delyse exhibited their range of natural and organic frozen meals, salads, breads and desserts. They also offer snack boxes and retail bistro line products.


AMERO MAKES DESSERTS EASY


Amero Foods dba PastryStar manufactures a range of all-natural, Kosher, pastry, cake and dessert products. The products are economical and easy to use.


Linstol has added a new range of headsets. The range now includes the ST 55 headset - a basic low-cost economy headset that can be recycled – and the NCB 200, a low-cost headset with noise cancellation, built-in microphone and a rechargeable battery. Other models include the N 200 passive, NC 200 active and NCP 200 active with built-in rechargeable battery. The company also offers cheap ear buds specially designed for inflight use.


NESIAH’S PERSONAL TOUCH


TRACK IT WITH AIRMARKET


Airmarket sought to raise its profile as an independent advocate providing complete inflight service management. The company is working in


partnership with Novo lvc and its new hand-held device helps reduce costs, track flights, produce coupons, bundles and more quickly and easily.


BUNZL’S CAN DO ATTITUDE


Bunzl Distribution claims there is nothing they can’t do! Whatever their customer requires they can provide. From containers of all shapes


and sizes to light-weight tissues now available in plastic bags, they have all inflight needs covered.


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Nesiah is an inflight catering company based in New York. It serves gourmet Kosher meals, fresh or frozen, with a personal touch to airlines, private jets and corporate jets. Meals can be tailored to individual requirements.


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