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Come and Visit Us at Fine Food Melbourne 2022!

Fine Food Australia is back in 2022, better than ever, and we’re excited to be exhibiting at the event curated by all facets of the food industry, for the industry. This year will be the first time Luus will host live demonstrations using a wide range of products, and feature the Zanussi range on display, … Continued

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Luus Proudly Hosts the Launch of Australian Made Week 2022!

Sporting the trusted green and gold kangaroo logo is something we take seriously at Luus Industries. Manufacturing high quality products and supporting our community with job security and opportunities is one of the key values underpinning our business. Luus were approached to host this year’s Australian Made Week launch event at our facility in Sunshine … Continued

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Supporting Australia using Australian Made

Creating and manufacturing Australian made commercial kitchen equipment is something that Luus takes enormous pride in. With our factory and head office based in Sunshine in Melbourne’s West, the local community and people we employ are at the heart of everything we do. In keeping with this is the relationship Luus have established with charity-based … Continued

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What it really means to buy Australian Made.

With everything going on in the world, there’s never been a more important time to buy Australian, than right now. Discover the reasons why you should support local, as well as the advantages for your kitchen, business, and community.

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Get Your Kitchen Ready For The Summer Rush

Summer is a peak time, whether you’re a cafe, bistro, pub, club, food truck, franchise, caterer or fine dining establishment. The summer months represent a key revenue-generating period and you need to be maximising the income your kitchen can generate. There are few things worse than having some of your commercial equipment out of action … Continued

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What is lean manufacturing and why is it such a big deal?

We often think of manufacturing as an “old” industry, one that’s dying off as Australia moves from an industrial and mining economy to one focused on services. News coverage of Australian manufacturers closing down or moving offshore due to rising costs are all too familiar. But for those actually in the manufacturing business, we know … Continued