NEWS

 
 
March 3rd 2015 | A phenomenal hospitality expert is leaving the industry
 

 

After  34 years of dedicated service and exceptional work, Pierre Hamelin has now retired from his position as a representative for Lieberman Tranchemontagne inc. Pierre Hamelin began his career in the hospitality industry in 1981 and has since become a pioneer in the industry within the Lieberman Tranchemontagne’s family and all across Canada.

 

The industry has benefited  from his dedication, good nature and careful attention to our customers’ many needs. His hard earned expertise has proven itself invaluable. However, the time has now come for Pierre Hamelin to take on new challenges outside of the hospitality industry and away from Lieberman Tranchemontagne inc. to enjoy a well-deserved retirement.

 

His clients and colleagues will fondly remember his humour and sharp intellect. Lieberman Tranchemontagne inc. is proud to have had a loyal and phenomenal hospitality expert like Pierre Hamelin within its ranks. We would be honoured for you to join us in wishing him the very best of retirement.

 

 

 

Discover here a few of the contributions Pierre Hamelin has demonstrated over the years in the information sector  regarding the hospitality industry:

 

 

 Le grand banquet réinventé (Article) IN FRENCH ONLY

Written by Françoise Pitt

Published in March 2007 in HÔTELS, RESTAURANTS & INSTITUTIONS Magazine.

http://www.hrimag.com/Le-grand-banquet-reinvente

 

 

 L’habillage de la table: napper ou non? (Article) IN FRENCH ONLY

Written by Sophie Suraniti

Published in June 2012 in HÔTELS, RESTAURANTS & INSTITUTIONS Magazine.

http://www.hrimag.com/L-habillage-de-la-table-napper-ou 

 

 

 

 

What is an important drop?

A drop is the portion of the tablecloth which falls on all sides of a table and covers its corners.

When the drop goes beyond the knees and touches barely to the floor, that is identified as an important drop. 

What is a minimal drop?

A drop is the portion of the tablecloth which falls on all sides of a table and covers its corners.

When the drop goes barely beyond the corners of a table, we refer it to as a top for tablecloth.

When the drop reaches barely or to the knees, that is identified as a minimal drop.