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PFR adds Induced Energy to portfolio

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Induced Energy has teamed up with PFR.

Induced Energy has teamed up with Pro Foodservice Reps (PFR) in a bid to add further support to consultants, distributors and potential clients across the UK. The partnership is intended to extend the sales network of the business significantly.

The manufacturer’s sales director, Nic Banner, commented: “The timing is perfect for us; we’ve been speaking with the team at PFR for a number of months and given our latest product developments and marketing activity, it’s essential we capitalise on the expertise and support that the team at PFR will give our network of UK partners. We’re excited to get the ball rolling.”

Induced Energy reports it had a fantastic 2016 and has hit the ground running in the first quarter of 2017 after being involved in many projects over the past few months. The aim for the rest of the year is further growth and product development, giving partners a variety of induction solutions suited to multiple sectors.

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PFR MD Andy Piggin added: “Induction is a huge part of the modern kitchen environment and we’re delighted to be working with a forward-thinking UK manufacturer that understands the dynamics of building quality into everything it does.

“We have a great relationship with Nic and the team at Induced Energy and we look forward to spreading the word for the business and reaching out to new dealer partners in the coming weeks and months.”

Adding to the synergy of Induced Energy and PFR is the recent update of the company’s website which now allows partners to efficiently access and download up-to-date brochures, CAD blocks, specification sheets and price guides.

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