With strong pressure on exchange rates it’s even more important to look for real value in 2017, according to Charvet officials on the first day of the Great Hospitality Show.
The company is at the show this week to demonstrate exactly why its French-built heavy duty cooking equipment won’t let foodservice operators down.
Plenty of focus is on the Charvet ONE, its range of high powered and competitively-priced equipment that offers high productivity, guaranteed reliability and quick payback.
The series now includes 13 litre gas fryers and twin 8 litre fryers delivering 12kg/hr and 16kg/hr of output respectively.
Additionally, Charvet is marketing its Rise and Fall Salamander, available with an enamel control panel in virtually any colour.