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Hi,

 

Well in the last 24 hours I've been scolded twice for the same post. So, SCUSA, sorry in Italian. I will give some more info about me and my company.

 

I produce professional counter-top convection ovens in Italy. I produce under my own brand Cooking Tech but I'm very small and most of my customers put their own brand on the ovens. I export 99% because selling in Italy is not sustainable (I can explain this but it would take a while). 

 

My ovens are all stainless steel and all of the components are CE. I don't have anything made in China inside because there is a war going on here against Chinese products and nobody would buy from me in Europe if I started putting their components in my ovens.

 

I have over 300 variations and 6 families of ovens.

 

I'm an American who ended up in Italy as part of a Battalion of the 82nd Airborne Div and stayed. Oh the stories I have to tell.

 

Well that is all for now.

 

Was I BRAVO?

 

Chris 

post #2 of 5

We really don't like when people join the forums to just talk about their company. If you want to tell the members about your company then pay for advertising it is fair to the site owners and the other companies that pay for ads. So no you did not do it correctly. 

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Nicko 
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Thanks,

Nicko 
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post #3 of 5
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Nicko, I was asked by an other member for information about my company. I didn't self advertise, she asked me for info.

 

Chris

post #4 of 5
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It was MichaelGA who asked me to speak about my company.

post #5 of 5

Are they like Delongi Brand  and are they  UL approved??

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