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Archive for March, 2010

Electrolux partners with The Spirit House

Sharing a passion for cooking and fine cuisine, Electrolux is proud to announce a new partnership with Spirit House, an award-winning restaurant and cooking school located in Yandina, Queensland.

Electrolux @ Alps & Amici

Electrolux has partnered with Alps & Amici, a new gourmet food store and kitchen located in East Launceston, Tasmania, to offer exclusive hands-on and demonstration style cooking classes.

Electrolux Cooking Products Plant – Adelaide, Australia

Electrolux manufactures each year about 320,000 freestanding stoves and built-in ovens – almost exclusively for the Australian and New Zealand markets – at this plant located in the north-western Adelaide suburb of Dudley Park in South Australia. These are marketed under the Electrolux, Westinghouse and Chef brands which, together, have the leading share in the […]

Electrolux Refrigeration Plant – Orange, Australia

Electrolux manufactures between 300,000 and 325,000 fridges and freezers a year – almost exclusively for the Australian and New Zealand markets – at this plant located in the NSW central western regional city of Orange, 250 kms west of Sydney. They are marketed under the Electrolux, Westinghouse, Kelvinator and Simpson brands which, combined, have the […]

Clever clothes dryers from Electrolux

Spend less time in the laundry with the new Electrolux clothes dryers, offering a range of innovative and thoughtful features for those with busy lifestyles.

Tetsuya’s Masterkitchen by Electrolux

Tetsuya Wakuda, one of the world’s leading chefs, is renowned for his culinary philosophy, technique and design. According to Tetsuya, an inspiring and practical kitchen environment is a key ingredient to cooking perfection. That’s why he has collaborated with Electrolux, to design a spectacular cooking and dining space within his Sydney restaurant, Tetsuya’s.

World class chef Tetsuya inspires Tasmania’s young chefs, waiters and restaurateurs

World renowned chef and restaurateur Tetsuya Wakuda and Minister for Tourism Michelle O’Byrne MP met with Tasmania’s up and coming young chefs, waiters, restaurateurs and hospitality students at Launceston’s Drysdale College earlier this week.

Heart of the Home: Electrolux presents the kitchen of the future

According to the UN, 74 per cent of the world population will live in cities by 2050. This high level of urbanisation means that we have to rethink the way we’re using space, energy and our environment. Using this future scenario as a foundation, Electrolux has developed a brand new design concept illustrating how we will live in the future.