Whilst many UK food operators have closed in response to Covid-19, many have decided to adapt their offering by adding delivery/take-out services to the menu.
In order to provide assistance to these operators, British prime-cooking equipment brand Synergy Grill Technology has begun to work with a number of leasing companies, creating schemes which will allow operators to meet unprecedented takeaway demands whilst spreading the cost of a Synergy Grill.
CEO and chairman, Justin Cadbury, explained: “The Covid-19 outbreak is devastating to everyone, but particularly for restaurants, pubs and cafes that are now temporarily unable to offer a dine-in service due to new government legislation.
“In reaction to this advice, many of our customers have now begun to introduce/expand their takeaway and delivery options. By doing so, these businesses are proactively trying to counteract the unprecedented closure of their dine-in service. At the same time, what better way to get a name for your operation than being able to produce some of the best burgers and grilled food.
“To support these customers, we have begun work with a number of British leasing companies which will allow food outlets to lease a brand-new Synergy Grill from just £35 per week, rather than having to pay for one outright, and cut overheads straight away.”
Cadbury continued: “By working with these leasing companies to create these schemes, Synergy Grill Technology is permitting a wider-range of customers to immediately begin benefitting from the award-winning credentials of Synergy, the most prominent of which will inevitably be the low running costs such as 59% gas-saving and zero requirement for fat disposal.
“To put this benefit into perspective, from day one of leasing a Synergy Grill, operators will be able to start saving money immediately given that the cost savings are significantly higher than the average monthly lease cost. This helps cash flow from day one.”