Fulcrum cleans up at the Natural History Museum


Fulcrum Commercial Kitchens has completed a kitchen scheme at the Natural History Museum’s branch of cafe chain Benugo.

The distributor’s director, David Burnett, commented: “A new kitchen and the dishwash system were both installed.

“This was a difficult programme to manage because between the hours of 9.30am to 6pm there could be no contractors working on site, due to public access.”

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The dealer had to fit a Meiko K200KVPi rack transport machine plus tabling overnight as part of the project. Burnett added: “We chose the Meiko rack transport machine because the client needed a premium quality product.

“We have developed a good working relationship with Meiko. There are some manufacturers who I would not be confident in to provide warranty support but Meiko’s PPM and technical support service is excellent and includes working over weekends. The client also has the additional benefit of being able to fix their costs, which is always popular.”

Phil Cass, senior general manager at Benugo, praised the project partners, saying: “The removal of the old machine and installation of the new one had to be overnight to minimise disruption to the restaurant. It was nice to see both Fulcrum and Meiko happy to work around our requirements.

“I am very happy with the dishwasher; the extra pre-wash has improved washing results and Meiko’s technical support response has been excellent.”

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