MARKET TALK: Dark kitchen demand, freezer footprints and why Egypt wants your old kitchen equipment

In this week’s episode of Market Talk, Mark Stratford, head of retail refrigeration at Interlevin and Dominic Ricciardi, managing director of Caterquip, join us to discuss the latest developments in the market. 

Interlevin is part of European refrigeration heavyweight Tefcold and Mr Stratford describes how the business has coped with the challenges of the past 12 months, even making an acquisition to strengthen its position during the coronavirus crisis.

The company provides a wide range of refrigeration equipment for both the hospitality and retail sector, and Mr Stratford maps out the key trends that are emerging in these spaces and forecasts what it will mean for the provision of equipment as the industry reopens.

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Meanwhile, Mr Ricciardi details a major production kitchen scheme involved in using refurbished equipment.

He discusses how demand for second-hand catering equipment has changed during the past 12 months and assesses the prospect of more resellers trying to enter this market.

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Andrew Seymour

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  1. Great interview.

    I remember Dominic when he really was Caterquip – Oh the good old days 🙂

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