A Polish firm, Solgaz, is marketing an innovative kitchen appliance, a built in gas hob that has no open flame.
Italian politicians have lined up to praise a new deal aimed at avoiding layoffs and raising investments by Whirlpool, however one union warned of other disputes still outstanding.
The Bolton News reports that an employee of Waterline who stole returned kitchen goods from his workplace and then sold them on eBay has been sentenced to do unpaid work.
British cooker manufacturer and one of the few left, Aga Rangemaster, is to be sold to US firm Middleby in a deal valued at £129m.
The Star reports that Indesit delivery drivers in South Yorkshire have voted to take strike action in a national pay dispute.
If you are receiving this newsletter and you no longer wish to receive our news from the site please use the unsubscribe link below.
During to the site upgrade we not import the user preference for newsletters.
Please accept our apologies for any unwanted email that you receive but, by clicking it will ensure that you do not receive any more emails from us.
Our site upgrade has been progressing with better layouts, more features and more speed.
we've also made our engineer search function live this week, you can see it from this link
In addition there's been some interesting posts in the forums, not least of which is that someone has supposedly spotted Best Buy pallets in a Comet warehouse... the mind boggles.
For this and more interesting conversation and industry happenings, just visit the forums.
To jump straight into the new forums for all the latest industry gossip just click this link
E-mail (required, but will not display)
Notify me of follow-up comments