Vito reworks dealer commission structure


Vito UK insists dealers can profit from the savings its customers are making using its oil filter machines through a new commission system it has introduced.

The Vito system purports to safely double the life of cooking and frying oil, so much so that the company insists it will do all the work involved in getting the customer on side and still reward the dealer or consultant in the process.

Iain Addison, boss of Vito UK, says it will take care of the presentations, demos, costings, delivery, and training for dealers, and pay a commission for each lead that purchases a Vito system from it.

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“The average commission is £300 plus VAT and all we ask for is a qualified lead of a food establishment that uses three or more drums of oil per week,” he explained.

Addison said the set-up has already worked effectively with companies such as Scomac, Hallmark, HH Developments, CDS Wilman, PSL, and Drake and Morgan.

He added that the calibre of clients now using Vito to purify their oil was testimony to the sort of results the equipment can deliver.

“Current UK customers include TGI Friday, Marriott hotels, OXO Tower restaurant, The Dorchester collection of hotels, Ramada Gatwick, Yo Sushi, Whiting and Hammond Group, TLC Inns, Hard Rock Cafe, Debenhams and plenty of individual hotels and restaurants,” he said. “We can only see the company growing now and in the future.”

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