Pantheon freezes prices on cooking equipment following warehouse consolidation

Sandro Wulkan, managing director

Cooking equipment supplier Pantheon has said it will not increase any prices this year in order to provide certainty to customers in the wake of the pandemic.

The company, which provides grills, fryers and induction equipment, plans to keep prices at 2020 levels until the end of 2021 at least.

Over the past year, Pantheon has consolidated its warehouses, showroom and offices from four separate buildings to a single, new, purpose-built facility.

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Although planned long before the pandemic, the company said the timing of the move has proved fortuitous as it has enabled it to significantly reduce overheads during these unsettled times.

“Thankfully, it’s meant that we’ve been in a position to provide ongoing stability for every member of our valued team during what has been a difficult time for employers,” explained managing director, Sandro Wulkan.

“And, importantly, it also means that we’ve been able to maintain our 2020 price list for the duration of this year, something which we hope will benefit our distributors.”

The company plans to launch several new products later this year to mark what will be its 15th anniversary.

Mr Wulkan added: “Pantheon equipment is functional yet straightforward in design. It’s easy to use and made to excellent specifications. This, combined with its competitive pricing, makes it especially relevant to the current cost-conscious market.”

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