Catering equipment is a long term investment for a business, so it pays to plan well before making a purchase. The first step is to set aside a budget for purchases and then take detailed measurements of the restaurant, kitchen or catering establishment.
It is important to buy industrial machines as domestic appliances are not usually manufactured to cope with large scale catering. Industrial freezers and blast chillers, for example, have freezing temperatures ranging from 18 to 25 degrees, which are needed to freeze meat and fish for up to 10 months. Catering equipment will be used often and should be robust and durable. Time really is money in the catering industry so it makes sense to purchase reliable, time-saving equipment to ensure customers are kept happy.

Hospitality Industry Crucial To The British Economy

With the service sector accounting for over 70 per cent of the gross domestic product of Great Britain, the hospitality industry has a crucial role to play in the country’s economy.

Having a good working relationship with a catering equipment supplier is just one of the many aspects of running a successful catering business. The employment of well trained and educated staff is a very important factor as the needs of customers must be addressed professionally and efficiently. Caterers must also juggle many variables, such as fluctuating food prices, seasonally sourced produce, staff turnover and variable energy bills.

Being able to purchase high quality yet cheap catering equipment which can maintain the freshness of food while reducing waste provides an element of stability and reassurance to the caterer and, in turn, its customers.