From the Dean’s backyard to yours!

Take a look at the Harvard Business School complex that will be available late summer 2016. This amazing facility has been in place since fall of 2013 and will soon be looking for a new home. With a 400 seat Sprung dining facility, servery, kitchens, cold, dry and frozen storage, it can be moved and re-installed on your…

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KTG presents on Disaster Preparedness @ ANFP #ACE2015

Stephanie Luros-Gilbert, Director of Marketing & Business Development and Jim Beach, Disaster Preparedness Coordinator for Kitchens To Go, Built by Carlin, recently presented the “Hot Topics” General Session at the Association of Nutrition & Foodservice Professionals’ 2015 Annual Conference and Expo, recently held in Orlando, FL.  The subject addressed was Disaster Planning and Emergency Preparedness.…

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KTG Team to Present at 2015 NACUFS National Conference

Press Release – For Immediate Release Fueling Up Your Food Truck Program – KTG Team Members to Present at 2015 NACUFS National Conference! July 19, 2015; Naperville, IL – Stephanie Luros-Gilbert, Director of Marketing & Business Development, and Ralph Goldbeck, AIA, Partner of Kitchens To Go, Built by Carlin, have been selected to present an…

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UC San Diego Food Truck Built by Carlin Manufacturing

Our sister company Carlin Manufacturing delivered a new 20′ Food Truck to UC San Diego this week. The truck will be run and operated by the UCSD Housing and Hospitality Department  – Dining, Retail and Catering Services division. The unique vehicle was purchased to bolster retail sales and expand the campus brand, it will serve a variety…

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Good To Best Conference This Week!

Join us March 21-23 in San Diego at the 9th Annual Healthcare Foodservice Educational Conference.This educational event will arm you with the skills, tools and information needed to help you be successful in your transformational journey from Good to “Best Practice” in all areas of healthcare food, clinical nutrition and environmental services.

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