Wednesday's treat

12th Nov 2014

We welcomed John Cummins, from LSM to the office this morning and we were even more pleased to see him when he showed up with the best smoked salmon, soda bread, butter and lemons Ireland has to offer. So for our elevenses this morning we all tucked into this with a little added black pepper and of course a glass of wine each, which in true QCR style we had in the fridge already chilled!

John’s visit isn’t just to deliver smoked salmon, we are meeting to see LSM’s latest recycling equipment developments and what is on the cards for 2015. We’ll keep you posted but all we can say for now is that it’s going to be a good one!

Bon appetite!

Picture on left: John enjoying the wine in a sophisticated tumbler – thanks John!

Picture on right: Tina Stocks, Sales Co-ordinator, models the smoked salmon. Delicious… and the salmon too!


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