Cooking ranges supplier Charvet has confirmed that it has joined buying consortium ENSE.
The company, which manufactures its equipment in France, believes it can offer ENSE dealers access to solid, powerful and reliable kit that is built to last.
Wayne Cuomo, managing director of Charvet Premier Ranges, hopes the move will help it capture business from new dealers.
“The ENSE membership offers an exciting opportunity to expand our partner dealer network without compromising existing relationships – especially bearing in mind the recent launch of our Pro700 series, medium duty size but heavy duty build modular equipment,” he explained.
“It is a more compact range and its modular format makes it applicable to the majority of caterers. Even against lesser build quality competitors, we are price-competitive and offer ENSE members an excellent discount structure.”
Cuomo added that one of Charvet’s objectives would be to show distributors that don’t have any experience of the brand that its product offers extraordinary value for money.
“Our equipment will stand the test of time in the toughest kitchen environments – the heavy duty ranges at the Dorchester, for example are 25 years old this year and I can quote you any number of examples of our kit lasting 10-15 years as standard!” he said.
ENSE now has around 30 brands in its group.