Kemtile is set to showcase its extensive brewery industry credentials at Beer Matters
Kemtile will be again taking a stand at Beer Matters in Edinburgh this year, showcasing its hygienic and chemically-resistant flooring systems, wall linings, drainage, design and installation capabilities to those attending who are driving Scotland's brewing business.
Despite its national drink being whisky, Scotland enjoys a long and rich history for brewing great beer and today there are over 130 craft breweries in operation, the first time in over a century. In fact, Kemtile is proud to have supported this growth, being able to include Pure Malt, Tennants and others as customers.
Beer Matters will provide Kemtile with the perfect platform for show visitors to see the product ranges up close and to discuss their individual requirements with its expert team.
Since 1979, Kemtile has worked in partnership with many brewers to install state-of-the-art flooring and drainage systems that have met the most stringent performance, growth and health and safety targets.
Projects have been wide ranging, and all have benefitted from Kemtile's input on flooring and drainage design.
And because Kemtile only uses materials from market-leading suppliers, such BASF (UCRETE), KAGETEC ARGELITH (MV Tech) and WIEDEMANN-TECHNIK, which are then installed by its own in-house installation teams, the company can deliver flooring, walling systems and drainage solutions for the most rigorous brewing environments.
Kemtile's David Priest said: "We've developed a great reputation within the brewery industry, both in Scotland and across the UK as a whole. Secured through our extensive knowledge of this developing industry, and underpinned by our commitment to doing a job "once and doing it well", we're now known as the "benchmark" for brewery floors and drainage.
"We're very much looking forward to this year's Beer Matters as it will give us an excellent opportunity to meet more of Scotland's ambitious brewers at what is a very exciting time for the industry and country."
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31st August 2018