Red Engine, the company behind Flight Club Darts and Electric Shuffle has become the latest commercial kitchen operator to join product traceability platform and 2022 Waste2Zero Award nominee Loopcycle, building a digital ecosystem in which valuable equipment is traced, managed and recovered across its lifecycle.
“By using the Loopcycle platform we are not only extending the lifecycle of our commercial equipment by being able to manage it more efficiently, but we are also improving our understanding of the carbon footprint of our kitchens and bars.” Adds Louis Atkins, Facilities Director, Red Engine. “We are excited to be joining the growing Loopcycle community of both manufacturers and operators, working towards our net zero goals using better baseline data, and becoming a more sustainable operation across our national portfolio.”
Lauren Hunter, Loopcycle’s Commercial Director, states “Red Engine is an innovative chain with a front-footed approach to sustainability. We are very pleased to welcome them onto our platform as they double-down on their commitment to responsible growth, enabling them to better track and manage their commercial equipment and add further substance to their aspirations on the circular economy and net zero.”
Loopcycle imagines a world where products can be traced and trusted wherever they go, with a mission to trace a million products by 2025. If you are looking to innovate the way you manage your physical assets and are curious to learn more about Loopcycle, reach out at [email protected].
For more information on Red Engine, visit: https://red-engine.com/.