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DOMINATOR OVEN TO SAIL THE ATLANTIC AND THE AMAZON, AND FEED TWO NAVY ADMIRALS


FALCON SUPPORTS VINE TRUST’S #FLOATTHEBOAT CAMPAIGN TO DELIVER A FULLY EQUIPPED PRIMARY HEALTHCARE VESSEL TO THE PERUVIAN AMAZON


They build them tough in Scotland. Which is just as well for the Dominator Plus oven range that Falcon has donated to the Vine Trust. It’s about to take a tricky, six week Atlantic crossing in a 30m boat, the Forth Hope, from Rosyth, Scotland to Iquitos in Peru. Once there, it will spend 20 years feeding the crews as the vessel sails up and down the Peruvian Amazon, providing 100,000 medical and dental consultations a year. The ship has a dental surgery, operating theatre, consultation rooms and a pharmacy, enabling international medical and dental volunteers, alongside a team of local clinicians, to transform lives in some of the world’s most vulnerable communities.


“It is sometimes said that the chef is one of the most important people onboard,” says Rory MacPherson, Forth Hope’s Media Coordinator who also happens to be the Forth Hope’s Chef for the Atlantic crossing. “That’s because the crew needs good food to keep them going during the long days. Which underlines what a vital piece of equipment the cooker is.”


Rory and his Falcon cooker will have their work cut out. As well as coping with the Atlantic swells and the demands of an industrious (and hungry) crew, they’ll need to come up with dishes suitable for the table of no less than two Admirals – part of the contingency sent over by the Peruvian Navy to help the ship on its voyage. More importantly, however, once the Forth Hope reaches the Amazon, the Falcon cooker will provide regular hot meals for its crew and medical teams, giving them the energy required to welcome and treat hundreds of patients each day.


The Vine Trust uses fully-equipped medical vessels to deliver primary healthcare on the Peruvian Amazon and, more recently, on Lake Victoria in Tanzania. The Forth Hope is the Trust’s newest ship. Over the next 20 years, Forth Hope is expected to deliver two million


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dental, medical and ophthalmic consultations to remote and isolated communities living in poverty.


To find out more about the MV Forth Hope, or about how to donate to the #FloatTheBoat crowdfunding campaign, visit:


www.vinetrust.org


Falcon is the market-leading UK manufacturer of professional cooking equipment. With a company history going back nearly 200 years, Falcon now supplies operators throughout the catering industry, exporting around the globe. Its comprehensive product portfolio is backed by award-winning customer support.


Visit: www.falconfoodservice.com for more information.


FALCON’S NEW HEAD OF


NATIONAL ACCOUNTS KEVIN VEITCH PUTS FOCUS ON CUSTOMER BACK-UP, SERVICE AND SUPPORT


Falcon Foodservice Equipment has appointed Kevin Veitch as Head of National Accounts. His remit is to strengthen the company’s position as the UK’s leading manufacturer of prime cooking equipment within the leading foodservice operators.


Veitch is a hugely experienced and well- known catering equipment professional. He’s been with Falcon for nearly ten years, most recently as Business Development Manager, having joined the company after several years working in the foodservice industry.


Kevin says that his success is down to listening to the customer. “It’s absolutely the key,” he says. “Listen to what they say, and give them what they want. Eight years ago one of our National Account customers had a big drive to reduce their carbon footprint, so we suggested our induction products would fit their requirements. They trialled the equipment in a couple of sites, found it was exactly what they were looking for and still install Falcon induction in their new openings to this day.”


Falcon’s innovation in product development is another key reason for the company’s success, he adds. “A great example of this is that three out of the five brand new products we launched this June look about to be taken up by three major UK chains.”


Falcon is the market-leading UK manufacturer of professional cooking equipment. With a company history going back nearly 200 years, Falcon now supplies operators throughout the catering industry, exporting around the globe. Its comprehensive product portfolio is backed by award-winning customer support.


Visit: www.falconfoodservice.com for more information.


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