Winterhalter staff undergo ‘Prevent Covid-19’ training

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Winterhalter staff can now help to advise on best practice incorporating social distancing.

Winterhalter’s sales staff have recently completed a ‘Prevent Covid-19’ training course.

This course includes measures for personal safety and best practice for businesses as they adapt to meet the demands of the pandemic and social distancing.

Now Winterhalter’s business development managers should be able to meet with dealers and operators safely to discuss the full Winterhalter range, including its Pay Per Wash financing scheme.

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The course covers what Covid-19 is, how to recognise the symptoms, how to prevent spreading the virus, including social distancing and self-isolation, as well as maintaining best practices both at home and out and about. The course is run by Virtual College and is constantly updated to reflect the most current guidelines, enabling businesses to adapt to any changes.

Winterhalter’s Pay Per Wash option means users only pay when their machine is operational, so during quieter times they pay less.

Stephen Kinkead, MD of Winterhalter UK said: “The Pay Per Wash scheme allows companies to take advantage of the benefits of Winterhalter’s dishwashers with none of the financial risk.

“The lockdown has put huge financial pressure on companies, who have had to prioritise what equipment works best for them. By ensuring our staff can safely meet with customers and explain the options available we are underlining Winterhalter’s commitment to excellent service at all times and under all conditions.”

Pay Per Wash is available for a selection of machines across Winterhalter’s range, including undercounter and passthrough units. The cost of Pay Per Wash varies depending on the size and version of the machine, along with its anticipated usage. For example, a large passthrough machine doing 30 washes a day would be around 39p every cycle.

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