Apr 29, 2016
Singapore is a "young" country, but there are two things that are famous in this place: to buy and eat. Then, you can imagine there are many restaurants, hotels, buffets, caterings... so this is one of the main reasons why our cutlery and glass polishers were so famous in the last FHA Exhibition.
We have attended to many Exhibitions all over the world in Europe, Asia, America, South America and even Africa, and I think it is the first time our cutlery and glass polishers are most requested than the orange juicers...
Maybe the clue is what one customer told me: here, the governement helps the business that invest money in increasing their efficiency at work, and it is clear our machines help a lot to get it!!
As usual, some pictures from the Show...
Apr 1, 2016
Last week, a new restaurant could check by themselves the benefits and advantages of using one of our cutlery polishers in their kitchen. We are talking about Restaurant Marisqueria Hera, in Armaçao de Pera (Portugal).
You can visit the facebook of the restaurant here.
They showed us that the lack of space is not a problem for installing this useful device on their kitchens.
Thanks Andre for those pictures!
Feb 3, 2016
Searching in internet you can find many things: funny pictures, amazing videos, the last movies...but you can find interesting articles too, and we want to share with you one that deals with one of the machines we manufacture, the cutlery polisher.
The words that better describe the "office" of the cutlery polishers are: " In restaurants, customers focus on the utensils while they read a menu and wait for their meal - they are a detail placed purposefully within the sightline. In this way, the customer can be distracted and made to feel observant for noticing a water or grease mark, or comforted by a high shine, hopefully oblivious to dusty corners and frayed edges. In order to provide a pleasing reflection, it is common practice to set a member of kitchen staff a-polishing with a cloth or blu-roll. At most a human will be able to polish about four to five hundred pieces of cutlery in an hour, depending on how thorough they are required to be. However, with a cutlery polishing machine a kitchen can polish up to thirty times that amount, or so the sales pitch goes, offering up twelve thousand knives, forks and spoons buffed to a mirror shine"
You can read the whole article, by Lauren Velvick here.
Jan 22, 2016
Thanks to our dealer in the Netherlands, our glass polisher Frucosol SV1000 was exhibited in the last Horecava Exhibition, that took place in Amsterdam from 11 to 14th of January.
Below you can find a picture our dealers sent us, and it is clear the machine made its job as their stand was too busy...