News

Fabcon wins Barclays Entrepreneurs award

Fabcon is proud and honoured to have won the regional International Expansion of the Year category at the recent Barclays Entrepreneurs Awards. Click the attached links to read some of the press coverage dedicated to this special award.

Fabcon welcomes new Mechanical Design Engineer Clayton Moore

Fabcon is delighted to welcome Clayton Moore as the latest recruit to our Design Team. Click on the attached PDFs to see a selection of the local and trade press coverage of Clayton and his appointment.

AlWazzan/Hectare’s installs Fabcon process, distribution and seasoning system in new Kuwait factory

Earlier this year we supplied a complete £1.5m potato chip/crisp frying, distribution and seasoning system to AlWazzan Foodstuff Industries Group for their brand new Hectare’s factory in Kuwait, our first direct sale into the Middle East. Click on the attached PDFs to read a selection of the extensive press coverage of the project.

Fairfields Farm Crisps installs Fabcon frying, distribution, seasoning and packaging system.

Fabcon recently supplied a frying, distribution, on machine seasoning and packaging system to Fairfields Farm Crisps in Essex. The system is designed to provide maximum seasoning and packaging flexibility and to allow any product to be packed on any line and different flavours to be handled at the same time. Click on the attached PDFs to read some of the coverage of the project by the trade and local press.

Trends in Seasoning

In Issue 4/2019 Potato Processing published an editorial on seasoning trends in which Fabcon featured prominently. The article can be read by clicking on the attached here.

Fabcon signs cooperation agreement with popped snack machinery manufacturer Engi Technologies

Fabcon Food Systems recently signed a cooperation agreement with Engi Technologies of Turin Italy, who make presses for rice cakes and healthy, non-fried snacks. Under the terms of the agreement, Fabcon has exclusive distributor rights for Engi’s innovative range of equipment in the UK and Ireland, while both companies will also cooperate outside the UK on popping and distribution/seasoning equipment projects.

As well as enabling Engi to introduce their machines to new customers and markets, the deal will open up new avenues and opportunities for Fabcon in the UK and beyond. Engi’s equipment also complements Fabcon’s own range of process machinery for the snack industry, including pellet and potato chip batch frying.

The attached PDFs are a selection from the extensive press coverage to date of the agreement by the industry and regional press.