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Due to continued growth, a new opportunity has arisen for an experienced Project Manager to join our team. Click here for further details on the role.
Reduce downtime and increase production with Clean in Place Systems from Starfrost, click here to read more.
Starfrost and our agents Novateam will be exhibiting at The Poultry Farming Summit of Central America and The Caribbean. The trade show is focused solely on the poultry industry, click here for further details.
Starfrost (UK) Ltd has achieved SafeContractor Certificate of Accreditation. SafeContractor accreditation has been achieved following an assessment of health and safety competency of contractors and service providers.
Our equipment partner, Milmeq, will be exhibiting their automated equipment for carton chilling freezing and sorting at Anuga Foodtec next week. If you’re heading to Cologne, this is a good opportunity to learn more about the Milmeq systems and how they could benefit your business.
Starfrost will be exhibiting at Food Processing Expo. Food Processing Expo is the largest trade show in California devoted exclusively to food processing. Click here for further details on the exhibition.
We are pleased to announce the launch of Starfrost’s new website together with the unveiling of company brand developments. Since 1984, the core aim of our business has been to deliver quality, innovative solutions to our customer base, our commitment has always been focused on driving the business forward with continuous advancements within the company.
One of Europe’s leading manufacturers of sausage and meat products, James T Blakeman & Co invests in freezing equipment upgrade with its fourth Helix spiral system from IQF equipment specialist Starfrost. James T Blakeman & Co is a family run business that supplies sausage and meat products....
Starfrost have retrofitted a Clean in Place System on a Spiral Chiller at Riverside Bakery. Riverside Bakery, part of the Addo Food Group, is a manufacturer of pastry products based in Nottingham. Addo Food Group includes six sites in the UK, after obtaining the chilled savoury pastry division of Kerry Foods...
UK bakery firm Gilsons has invested in two spiral systems from freezing and chilling equipment manufacturer Starfrost. A leading frozen bakery supplier, Gilsons specialises in traditional loaves, artisan bread, rolls and sweet buns..
A leading UK seafood processor has invested £4M in a new production facility, featuring a trio of bespoke freezing systems from British equipment specialist Starfrost.
A poultry processor has significantly improved the quality and shelf life of its offal products by investing in a Hybrid air chilling tunnel from IQF equipment specialist Starfrost.
Market leading food manufacturer Bakkavor has invested in a custom designed chilling system for pizza production from British equipment specialist Starfrost.
A Starfrost Helix Spiral Chiller has been in operation for over 18 years at a UK based bakery before requiring any component replacement or major maintenance; indicating the significant benefits of reliable and durable design combined with regular aftercare servicing.
A major UK soup company has boosted processing capacity by investing in a custom built, continuous chilling system from British equipment manufacturer Starfrost. The soup processor was looking to replace a manual blast chiller with a high capacity in-line system...
British equipment manufacturer Starfrost is celebrating three decades at the forefront of technical innovation in freezing and chilling systems for the global food processing industry. Established in the UK in 1984, Starfrost is an international market leader in bespoke IQF (Individual Quick Freeze) equipment.
Freezing and chilling equipment manufacturer Starfrost has hit a ground-breaking milestone, celebrating its 500th order. The latest contract which marked the record order intake will be supplied to a major UK bakery...