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Bursaria Fine Foods enables CCP at the Abbotsford Convent

Bursaria Fine Foods has introduced CCP’s Internet of Things (IoT) technology at the historic Abbotsford Convent to underpin food safety.

On the fringe of Melbourne’s CBD and spread over 16 acres, the Abbotsford Convent – with its 11 historic buildings and gardens – is Australia’s largest multi-arts precinct and a popular venue for weddings, functions and events.

Bursaria Fine Foods has provided catering services at the Abbotsford Convent since 2011. For Bursaria’s Head Chef at the Abbotsford Convent, food quality, food safety and reducing food waste are key priorities.

The Head Chef has installed CCP’s smart tags to monitor temperatures in all kitchen fridges, freezers and coolrooms.

Further information:

Michael White | Executive Director & CEO
CCP Technologies Limited
E: michael.white@ccp-network.com
W: www.ccp-network.com
M: +61 (0) 412 799 232
Investor relations: www.ccp-technologies.com

Critical Control Points with Pincers?

Lobster ME is fast-casual seafood restaurant that focuses on “reinventing classic seafood dishes using fresh ingredients” said Executive Chef and Brand Director Michael Notaro. With 2 locations in Las Vegas and a third in San Francisco, CCP is proud to partner with Lobster Me in monitoring temperature. Lobster Me is the second concept brand from owner and operator LEV Restaurant Group to implement CCP technology, the first being Jaburritos.

CCP supports easy access to accurate data in an easy-to-understand digital format. This allows chefs to reduce waste, increase quality and ensure food safety. In addition, energy savings are realized by identifying faulty seals, damaged auto-closers and temperature trends during periods of highest and lowest use.

Further information:                                                            

Tom Chicoine | President
CCP Network North America
E: tom.chicoine@ccp-network.com
W: www.ccp-network.com
P: 763.229.8482
Investor relations: www.ccp-technologies.com

CCP named preferred partner for Palace Entertainment


Headquartered in Newport Beach, California, Palace Entertainment is an amusement and entertainment company that operates 21 amusement parks, water parks, and family entertainment centers throughout the United States. CCP will be doing its first install for Palace Entertainment at the Miami Seaquarium in Florida. Palace Entertainment plans to expand with more amusement parks in the US within the next few years. This represents CCP Network North America’s first national account in the United States.

CCP supports easy access to accurate data in an easy-to-understand digital format. This allows chefs to reduce waste, increase quality and ensure food safety. In addition, energy savings are realized by identifying faulty seals, damaged auto-closers and temperature trends during periods of highest and lowest use.

Further information:                                                            

Tom Chicoine | President
CCP Network North America
E: tom.chicoine@ccp-network.com
W: www.ccp-network.com
P: 763.229.8482
Investor relations: www.ccp-technologies.com

The Melbourne Savage Club joins the CCP network

The Melbourne Savage Club was established in 1894, and is one of Australia’s oldest private members’ clubs.

Located in an historic 19th century mansion right in the heart of Melbourne, the Savage Club provides a unique ambience.  The Club was based upon an appreciation of music, art, drama, science and literature, where member performances showcase their artistic talent.

The Savage Club restaurant is a busy establishment.  Their Head Chef installed the CCP solution to keep a watchful eye over fridge temperatures 24/7.

Michael White, CCP’s CEO, said “We’re seeing an increasing

number of clubs adopt CCP as venues seek to refine their dinning operations. With CCP installed, opportunities emerge to increase reduce costs, optimise resources and streamline food safety compliance.”

The Club’s decision to install the CCP solution has immediately reduced their business risk. If refrigeration temperature tolerances are breached because of power or mechanical failure, an alert is sent by email and SMS. Web and mobile dashboards provide business intelligence and task management.

Implementing automated temperature monitoring takes the guesswork out of the process, and ensures records are kept for food safety compliance.

 

 

Further information:

Michael White | Executive Director & CEO
CCP Technologies Limited
E: michael.white@ccp-network.com
W: www.ccp-network.com
M: +61 (0) 412 799 232
Investor relations: www.ccp-technologies.com

CCP tees-off at National Golf Club Cape Schanck

The National Golf Club is located at Cape Schanck on the Mornington Peninsula, just a short drive to the south of Melbourne. With spectacular views down the peninsula and across Bass Strait, the National boasts 3 magnificent and highly regarded 18 Hole golf courses.

It’s imperative for the Club’s restaurants to deliver food service excellence every day. In this environment, food safety and minimising disruption are key priorities. CCP has been installed to keep a watchful eye over the Club’s refrigeration units 24/7.

Michael White, CCP’s CEO, said “Commercial and regulatory requirements are acting as drivers in the widespread adoption of automated, 24/7 temperature monitoring solutions. Risk management is becoming more evident in professionally operated kitchens.”

National Golf Club Cape Schanck

The Club’s decision to install the CCP solution has immediately reduced their business risk. If refrigeration temperature tolerances are breached because of power or mechanical failure, an alert is sent by email and SMS. Implementing automated temperature monitoring takes the guesswork out of the process, and ensures records are kept for food safety compliance.

Further information:

Michael White | Executive Director & CEO
CCP Technologies Limited
E: michael.white@ccp-network.com
W: www.ccp-network.com
M: +61 (0) 412 799 232
Investor relations: www.ccp-technologies.com

Supabarn Kingston embraces IoT for food safety

In our nation’s capital, Supabarn is a household name. The independent supermarket chain focusses on local-sourced produce, quality, price and service.

The recently opened Supabarn Kingston has installed CCP’s wireless temperature monitoring solution to strengthen food safety and reduce business risk.

In food retail environments, refrigeration is critical. Refrigeration failure is expensive and inconvenient; it results in product loss, disrupts store operations and potentially compromises food safety.

Michael White, CCP’s CEO, said that with CCP’s Internet of Things (IoT) solution now installed, business risk is significantly reduced.

“CCP is a low-cost contemporary solution to monitor a fridge 24/7 – less than 50 cents per day. If temperature tolerances are breached, CCP sends notifications by email and SMS.” he said.

When it comes to meeting food safety regulations, automated wireless temperature monitoring and record keeping is more reliable and accurate than manual checking. Analytical performance reports across all refrigeration supports predictive maintenance and HACPP reports underpin food safety regulatory compliance.

Further information:

Michael White | Executive Director & CEO
CCP Technologies Limited
E: michael.white@ccp-network.com
W: www.ccp-network.com
M: +61 (0) 412 799 232
Investor relations: www.ccp-technologies.com

The Australian Club adds IoT technology to its kitchen

The Australian Club has added CCP’s automated Internet of Things (IoT) monitoring system to its kitchens and wine cellar.

The Australian Club is dedicated to providing the very best amenities for its members. To improve food safety, the CCP system has been installed at multiple control points in the kitchens’ refrigeration systems. In addition, humidity is being monitored 24/7 in the Club’s premium wine cellar.

CCP CEO, Michael White, said “by monitoring and managing temperature and humidity critical control points, the CCP system will strengthen food safety, reduce food waste and protect the Club’s reputation.”

White added: “When it comes to complying with food safety regulations, automated wireless temperature monitoring and record keeping is more reliable and accurate than manual checking.”

With CCP installed, the Australian Club has reduced its business risk. If a temperature tolerance is breached, CCP sends an automatic notification via email or SMS.  Analytical performance reports across all refrigeration supports predictive maintenance and HACCP reports underpin food safety regulatory compliance.

The Australian Club has been providing its members with a first-class food and beverage service since 1838.

Further information:

Michael White | Executive Director & CEO
CCP Technologies Limited
E: michael.white@ccp-network.com
W: www.ccp-network.com
M: +61 (0) 412 799 232
Investor relations: www.ccp-technologies.com

The CCP/Nova Group Partnership Expands

CCP signs on its fourth Nova Group restaurant, Pescara in Rochester, MN.

Pescara is an award-winning seafood restaurant whose name means “abounding with fish” in Italian. With an expansive cooler and freezer inventory, Pescara immediately understood why the other restaurants within the Novo Group umbrella embraced CCP wireless technology as their preferred solution.

CCP supports easy access to accurate data in an easy-to-understand digital format. This allows chefs to reduce waste, increase quality and ensure food safety. In addition, energy savings are realized by identifying faulty seals, damaged auto-closers and temperature trends during periods of highest and lowest use.

Further information:                                                            

Tom Chicoine | President
CCP Network North America
E: tom.chicoine@ccp-network.com
W: www.ccp-network.com
P: 763.229.8482
Investor relations: www.ccp-technologies.com

Sigfox Testing at Xcel Energy Center

CCP’s partnership with Sigfox in the US is moving forward with the testing of its Smart Sensors on their LPWAN. We are testing our Sigfox Smart Sensors at one of our existing customer sites, the Xcel Energy Center in Minnesota.

Sixfox’s technology enables the transfer of data using a wide-reaching signal that passes freely through solid objects (such as lot’s of concrete in a sports arena), called “ultra-narrowband”. The Sigfox Low-power Wide-area network (LPWAN) utilizes 902MHz in the US.

The Xcel Energy Center is a great testing location due to its size, number of coolers, and large amount of building materials that data must pass though to reach certain locations. Testing should be completed in October 2017.

CCP supports easy access to accurate data in an easy-to-understand digital format. This allows chefs to reduce waste, increase quality and ensure food safety. In addition, energy savings are realized by identifying faulty seals, damaged auto-closers and temperature trends during periods of highest and lowest use.

Further information:                                                            

Tom Chicoine | President
CCP Network North America
E: tom.chicoine@ccp-network.com
W: www.ccp-network.com
P: 763.229.8482
Investor relations: www.ccp-technologies.com