If you are in the market for a commercial mixer, if so you need to research about all the different brands available and what there features can do for you. You needs will depend on your menu and on the amount and frequency of food preparation needed to be produced by your kitchen.
The company to buy from is the one that best understands your menu, there is a world of difference between the needs of a bakery and a quick serve restaurant.
How to find a Vendor
Certain factors are important when looking for a potential commercial kitchen mixer supplier. The vendor should be able to answer all of your questions. If there is a showroom available, go and visit, ask questions, walk around, chat with the staff, they may even hold classes and brand demonstrations. Lastly and with equal importance make sure your vendor of choice can also deliver on the after sales service and can support you through the new equipment warranty period.
Points to take into Consideration
The first point to note is that of cost versus quality. Don’t get hung up on the price and forget to consider what a quality product it is – after all, this will affect your business in the long term. The manufacturer or vendor needs to have a good reputation, knowledgeable staff and a solid process for maintenance and repairs when needed.
The vendor you choose should be a leader in the field and have a sound knowledge of your business and the equipment you use. They should know learn the ins and outs of your business and how the food preparation chain works in order to recommend the best unit for your needs.
The potential vendor has to be reliable and has to provide a genuine parts and sales back-up service. Their staff should be able to recommend companies that can install your new equipment properly and help maintain it for you. After all, you have invested in this machinery.
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