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Luus Australian Made

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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

Support Centre

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Introducing the Customer Support Centre, and much more…

As we enter our 20th year of doing business, we’re starting to tell more of our story. This blog is the place to find stories from the heart of our operation in Melbourne’s West, updates and important announcements – so check back often.

Phil Grijalvo

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Meet a designer behind Luus’ home-grown and manufactured products

One of the benefits of being a home-grown manufacturing company is that we keep all of our design and production in-house. That means we have a team of engineers and designers working in the same place our products are made. Not only does this give us all a sense of unity – we’re working towards the same goal – but it means we can work much, much faster.

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Why the booming, vibrant food truck industry is an essential partner for Luus

For a while it seemed as though food trucks might be another hospitality fad – something that disappears as quickly as it comes along. Not a chance. The city has dozens upon dozens of trucks lining up at festivals, catering events and wherever they happen to visit. There’s no sign it’s slowing down, either.

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