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2nd December 2022

Sister companies Chemisphere UK and Beer Piper International announce the opening of their new facility in Trafford Park

Trafford Park, Manchester, UK – Sister companies Chemisphere UK and Beer Piper International are excited to announce the opening of their new 13,500 sq ft facility in Trafford Park.  The new site brings together their research & development, manufacturing, packaging, warehousing and office space all under one roof.

Chemisphere are specialists in providing the hospitality industry with premium detergents and accessories for ware-washing, beverage dispense system sterilisation and kitchen hygiene, whilst Beer Piper provide advanced beer line cleaning systems.

Ruth Evans MBE, Chief Executive of the BFBI (Brewing, Food & Beverage Industry Suppliers’ Association) will open the new facility on Wednesday 7th December.  “We’re absolutely thrilled that Ruth is taking time out of her busy schedule to come and open our new premises” said Jeff Singer, Commercial Director at Beer Piper.  He continued “this has been a major investment for us but as both companies grew it became clear that we needed the physical room to do that too.  We were also previously split over two sites so merging them means we have become much more efficient.”

The extra space has allowed the companies to invest in new equipment and develop a wider range of products.  Plus having Chemisphere and Beer Piper on the same site has resulted in many business advantages including the flexibility of staff working across both companies, as well as the sharing of skill-sets and ideas.

Wilf Worsley, Operations Director at Chemisphere concludes “we continue to invest in our research and development department and strive to lead the industry through new product development.  We are the home of several pioneering products and we continue our mission to educate the industry on the importance of maintaining high hygiene standards of their dispense equipment and glass hygiene to ensure optimum quality of their dispensed products.”

Both companies now look forward to continuing to execute their growth plans with Chemisphere UK focusing on expanding their product range and Beer Piper International on the launch of their new BP5 beer line cleaning machine which will utilise Chemisphere’s game changing powder-based product.

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Additional information

Chemisphere UK Ltd.

Market leaders in professional cleaning supplies, Chemisphere UK specialise in providing the hospitality industry with premium detergents and accessories for ware-washing, beverage dispense system sterilisation and kitchen hygiene.

Their extensive range combines their established and trusted products with powerful new-generation cleaners manufactured from environmentally friendly ingredients.

Established in 1986, the company has built a reputation for manufacturing innovative and high quality cleaning products and their prominence has continued to grow due to their unrivalled technical expertise and exceptional customer service.

Beer Piper International Ltd.

Established in 1988, Beer Piper’s concept was simple; to develop a beer line cleaning system that helps to reduce beer wastage and to make line cleaning less time consuming, less costly and less messy.

For over 27 years, Beer Piper has proven itself as a market leader, successful in thousands of licensed venues in the United Kingdom and expanding globally. With this background, Beer Piper continues to maintain its presence and develop its products, as well as providing excellent customer assistance and service support.


The Brewing, Food & Beverage Industry Suppliers’ Association is the trade association representing the entire supply chain into the beverage and liquid foods industry.   They have initiated accreditation schemes for various sectors of the industry, ensuring training, CPD, best practice and safety within the industry as well as building membership for the Association.

Press release from Chemisphere UK.

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