November 7, 2017
Understanding Utility Needs When Adding Foodservice Equipment
A service agent offers a few tips on what operators should consider when replacing a piece of foodservice equipment.
How OEMs Increase Efficiency for ASAs
For authorized service agents (ASAs), ordering and stocking parts can be problematic. That’s why OEMs are increasingly taking steps to provide alternative types of parts distribution that connect ASAs with preferred parts providers, creating a one-stop parts sourcing experience supported by expert knowledge and technical resources. Click here to learn more.
Kauffman-Kirschnick Becomes President of EMR
Electric Motor Repair Company appointed Caroline Kauffman-Kirschnick president of the 90-year-old Baltimore-based foodservice equipment service agency. She replaces her father, Roger Kauffman, as president.
Service Tips for Tilt Skillets
Operators can do a lot with tilt skillets: saute, fry, grill, braise and more. Here are a few tips to keep these flexible pieces of cooking equipment running properly.
When to Replace a Range
Here are five indicators that a foodservice operator should consider replacing an existing range or adding a new unit to their kitchen.
Cleaning and Maintenance Tips for Roll-in Refrigerators
Here, John Schwindt, general manager and vice president of operations at Hawkins Commercial Appliance Service Co., provides a service agent’s insight on the care of roll-in refrigerators.
FE&S’ Editorial Director Joe Carbonara comments on the pace of change and how an organization can stay on track for future prosperity.