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P’Nut Street Noodles appoints new operations manager, kitchen training manager

Its strengthened team will bolster growth in all its stores and brands.

P’Nut Street Noodles named its new operations manager and kitchen training manager to help  strengthen its team and consistency in all its stores and brand.

Seksan Pattarawanee, the restaurant’s employee since 1999, was appointed as kitchen training manager. He will work to train the restaurant’s team members to comply with P’Nut Street Noodles’ standards and learn new skills for growth.

Catherine Becka, meanwhile, was appointed as operations manager after her 10-year stint as operations manager for a number of food brands in the Middle East and Singapore. She is also the first female executive chef at Sydney Convention Centre.

“We are very excited to have these new people and positions on board to strengthen our current operations but also set us up for future growth,” said Petra Orrenius, P’Nut Street Noodles Group General Manager.

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