Service calls can be scary for a variety of reasons. They can be expensive. They can disrupt your operation. They can be late. Even worse, they may not even be open depending on the time of your refrigeration outage.
It's a fact. Reducing utility costs will ultimately add to the bottom line of your foodservice operation. According to some industry leaders, gross profits increased last year, but at the same time, expenses -- including energy expenses -- increased almost five percent more than the level of gross profits.
As a result, saving on expenses is a great way to add to an operation's bottom line. Let's take a look at a few numbers.
Food waste is a major issue in restaurants and other commercial foodservice operations across the country. In fact, according to the non-profit ReFED, which specializes in food waste reduction, the United States wastes about 63 million tons of food each and every year.
Through organizations like the Commercial Food Equipment Service Association (CFESA) and other dedicated entities, general contractors and refrigeration installation companies will often come together to figure out ways to maximize the impact and profitability of their businesses. They take pride in what they do, and we should know, because that's the way we started here at RDT.
Automation is here to make our lives easier, and this is especially true when it comes to commercial refrigeration in the foodservice industry. Time spent maintaining equipment or performing service tasks is time spent away from the customer, and ultimately, the potential for profit.
People make the products. They're the reason we have innovation, great customer service, specialization, and all the other buzzwords we use to describe positive experiences that meet our expectations and solve our problems. If things are really good, maybe we even exceed expectations.
What is the difference between air cooled refrigeration and water cooled refrigeration? It's as easy as that -- one transfers heat into the air, and one transfers heat into water.
Have you ever been on the roof of a convenience store? We have, and if you don't keep things in proper condition and working order, it can cost your c-store thousands of dollars annually.
Planning for the 2018-19 school year can be a stressful time for school administrators. From textbook orders to school nutrition upgrades, it’s important to invest in long-term solutions that benefit both students and staff alike. For administrators opening a new school or building, it can seem even more daunting to fulfill all the equipment needs, from the classroom to the cafeteria.