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  • Communicating during COVID-19

    The foodservice industry continues to struggle with restrictions, business and supply chain interruptions and with the COVID surge over the past weeks, we are potentially looking at new regulations. With uncertainty still swirling around, communication will continue to be a critical ingredient in surviving and thriving until we get back to “business as usual” heading into 2021. For service agents and operators, communicating with employees and customers should be front of mind. Below we’ve pulled together some recommendations on how to get the word out.

  • Why You Need an Engaged Service Partner?

    A good relationship with your service provider matters more now than ever before. A responsive partner can offer education, communication and engagement that will give you confidence and comfort during this challenging time.

  • More Than Just a Part: Understanding the Real Value of Genuine OEM

    The real value of genuine OEM parts goes beyond the cost of the part. Learn how manufacturers, service technicians and parts distributors can work together to extend that value by delivering maximum equipment performance, as well as customer satisfaction.

  • Back to Open: Safety as a Differentiator

    While operating during COVID-19, how can you make safety an asset for your business and set yourself apart? It’s all about the safety “show and tell.” Learn tactics to consider in this article.

  • How Training Can Help the Foodservice Industry Get Back to Open

    Service agents ensure equipment is up and running safely and efficiently, but they can also support operational best practices in commercial kitchens. See how technician training helps reinforce a culture of safety and helps operations get “back to open.”

  • Committed to Serving the Foodservice Industry

    The entire foodservice industry is experiencing unprecedented challenges due to the COVID-19 pandemic. See how service companies are adjusting and adapting in order to stay safe, connected and effective during this time.

  • Maintenance Planning Can Be Your Best Bet for Maximizing Operations

    Your best maintenance bet? Plan it out. Planned maintenance allows you get the most out of your foodservice operations day in and day out. Learn more about this approach and how to reap the benefits ― lower overall costs, greater productivity and an enhanced relationship with your service company.

  • Ask. Share. Repair: Say Hello to Techtown

    Everyone who repairs or maintains foodservice equipment knows that finding the right help can be tricky. Fortunately, there is an online community that lets technicians across the industry share best practices, find answers to questions and access helpful information. Say hello to Techtown.

  • At Your Service: The Need for Food Equipment Technicians

    Service technicians are a critical piece of the foodservice puzzle.  From troubleshooting issues and conducting planned maintenance to making time-sensitive repairs, they help keep kitchens running smoothly.   With demand for service increasing, and as older techs retire, it begs the question:  What does the future look like for bringing in young new talent to foodservice service?

  • What Does the Future of Technology Look Like?

    A Q&A with Erik Koenig, vice president, Strategic Marketing & Product Content, Heritage Foodservice Group

  • Game Plan to Running a More Efficient Commercial Kitchen

    Ever wonder what lurks behind the shadows that could keep your commercial kitchen from running as smoothly as possible? It may not just be limited to the equipment…it could be a number of things that you haven’t even considered.

  • Scrub and Wipe Your Way to Energy Efficiency

    Learn simple cleaning tips to reduce your kitchen’s energy consumption.

    Transforming your kitchen for maximum energy efficiency doesn’t have to be a costly venture. In fact, cleaning your equipment regularly can make a noticeable difference in your energy consumption. Here are a few techniques to employ in your kitchen. 

  • Heritage Parts Ensures Minimal Equipment Downtime to Maximize Patient Satisfaction

    In today’s competitive healthcare market, patient satisfaction is top of mind. If there is any disruption due to faulty or disabled equipment, it can affect menu offerings and food delivery. Discover why selecting a foodservice equipment parts partner that understands foodservice’s role in the overall patient experience is paramount.

  • Georgia School District Provides Equipment Shutdown Tips for Summer

    School foodservice operations are unique in that, in most cases, kitchens are shut down during the summer months. To ensure the districts’ investments are properly protected, there are certain protocol that is necessary to follow.