New Hospitality and Food Service Hardware from CRL

Date: 6 September 2011
C.R. Laurence ( CRL ) has launched a new catalogue with hardware systems for food service, display counters, dividers and barriers for the hospitality market.

The catalogue, HS12, has 200 full colour pages of products specifically designed for this sector offering opportunities for glass companies to become involved in providing partitions, sneeze guards, standoff systems, display counters and more, for the restaurant, hotel, fast food and commercial food service environments.

Richard Lake, General Sales Manager in the UK, commented “the hospitality and food service markets are very strong sectors for CRL in North America, where we work extensively with chains such as McDonalds, Starbucks and Holiday Inn. We are pleased to extend these products, including bespoke and custom services, into the UK and beyond, as we are confident it will offer our customers more sales and market opportunities “

The new catalogue is available on-line and in print versions now, contact CRL free from anywhere in Europe on 00 800 0421 6144 for a free copy or more information.

Company Overview for: C.R. Laurence of Europe Ltd

C.R. Laurence Co., Inc. is a leading manufacturer and global supplier to the glazing, railing, architectural, construction, and automotive industries. Offering more than 50,000 products, CRL serves the industry from 28 locations throughout North America, Europe, and Australia. For additional information, contact CRL at 00 800 0421 6144 or visit

600450 New Hospitality and Food Service Hardware from CRL
Date: 6 September 2011

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