MacIntyre Chocolate Systems confirms speakers for World Confectionery Conference

Linda Mather will be joining colleague Jeremy Scott, of MacIntyre Chocolate Systems, to speak at this year's World Confectionery Conference. Pic: MacIntyre

The World Confectionery Conference continues to drive forward with MacIntyre Chocolate Systems confirming its speakers for this year’s key industry gathering taking place in Harrogate, Yorkshire, this autumn, writes Neill Barston.

As the company noted, it will be offering a key joint presentation from two of its senior members of staff, area sales manager, Linda Mather and international sales manager, Jeremy Scott, who will offer a notable insight into its British manufacturing operations, as well as reflect on wider market conditions and challenges.

They will be joining a high calibre speaker list including Ferrero, Caobisco trade association, Nestle Cargill, FMCG Gurus, Royal Duyvis Wiener, Baker Perkins, Cama Packaging systems, Luker Chocolate, Sweetdreams confectionery, Plamil Foods, GNT, Ghana Cocoa Board, and Farmforce sustainability business.

Commenting on her appearance this autumn, Linda said: It’s a pleasure for Macintyre Chocolate Systems to be presenting at the World Confectionery Conference in Harrogate. Looking forward to the event and hearing exciting news about the market.”

Speaking to Confectionery Production recently, Joe Gorman, managing director for the company, noted that the business, together with its affiliated company, Bauermeister and parent firm, Probat, scored a combined success exhibiting at Interpack, and that the business was in a strong position ahead of participating in this year’s World Confectionery Conference.

He said: “The group has received huge interest at Interpack in its AI solutions now available. With ever increasing energy and operating costs, unnecessary over processing is unacceptable in today’s climate. Bauermeister (the milling specialists) have also received a lot of interest with a number of companies seeking their recommendation for intricate process applications.

In addition, he added that the enhanced design of its Next Generation range of Refiner/Conches, from MacIntyre Chocolate Systems, has surprised visitors with many companies who were not aware of the shorter cycle times, lower energy consumption and minimal maintenance.

Furthermore, he reflected that many companies did not appreciate this technology could be used for highest quality chocolates, compounds, cremes, spreads, nut/seed pastes and also for rework, which offered a rewarding task to its sales teams across a memorable week.

Confectionery Production editor Neill Barston welcomed MacIntyre to the event. He said: “This year’s event is shaping up to offer a dynamic overview of the confectionery and snacks sector, both from a finished product, and equipment perspective, as well as exploring key ingredients breakthroughs. MacIntyre’s long-established machinery has been at the forefront of its segment, and its presence at this year’s event will showcase a fine example of some of Britain’s best engineering prowess.”

  • For the next month (until 5 August), Confectionery Production has extended its Early Bird visitor attendance rates, so don’t miss out by contacting Sales manager Chris Meer to guarantee your registration for the event, at [email protected]






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