Floor and drainage upgraded at Brioche Pasquier bakery plant
French bakery and patisserie producer Brioche Pasquier has had a food-grade hygiene flooring and drainage system installed at its bakery in Milton Keynes.
Brioche Pasquier required a specific tiled flooring similar to the floors installed in its other plants throughout France, Spain and the US.
Kemtile, which completed the floor installation, recommended its Kagetec ceramic floor tiling system, using 18mm-thick hexagonal ceramic floor tiles. The Kagetec system was consequently laid throughout the 6,000sq m plant.
“The site is part of the group’s international growth development plans – which aims to extend the reach and up production of our Brioche products such as croissants, pains au chocolat and filled brioches,” said Eric Jouet, industrial and operations director at Brioche Pasquier UK.
“We could not have afforded to make the wrong flooring specification decision – in terms of production time and investment – and we are more than confident in the decision we made to work with the Kemtile team.”
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