April 9, 2015
From GCs to BTUs, Proper Equipment Installation is Worth Your Attention
Commercial kitchens can easily run in the tens, even hundreds of thousands of dollars. With that sort of outlay, operators spend long hours working with design consultants and dealers to specify equipment that best fits their budget and their needs.
A Partnership with Heritage Parts Means Less Downtime for a Major Quick-Service Restaurant Chain
A major quick-service restaurant succeeded in minimizing equipment downtime through a close partnership with parts distributor Heritage Parts. Though the leading chain operated a significant number of Canadian locations, ordering parts from the United States always resulted in shipping delays and caused a disruption in the restaurant’s customer service. Discover how Heritage helped the chain achieve its goals.
Service Tip: Deck ovens
Deck ovens are the workhorses in many pizza places, bakeries and more. Perhaps that’s because they get to the fundamentals of cooking: heat, a box and some stones. This simplicity means there’s little operators need to do to keep these units in good working order.
Frontline International Hires New Sales Manager
Frontline International, a provider of frying oil management, introduced Zachary Palazzo as the company’s new sales manager. Palazzo will work with Frontline’s current clients domestically and internationally.
LTI Updates Rep Network
Low Temp Industries, also known as LTI, has hired CR Peterson + Associates to serve as representatives for the Georgia-based custom fabrication company in the New England market.
Victory Refrigeration Names New Sales Manager
Rachel Keith is the new sales manager for Victory Refrigeration.