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07.02.2019, 15:39

Ramco Returns to Casual Dining Show

Specialist UK surplus equipment handler Ramco Foodservices is exhibiting at the Casual Dining Show after reporting an increase in revenue.

 

A revenue increase of 50 per cent confirms the growing interest in reusing surplus catering equipment, and also affirms the company's 'cash it, don’t scrap it’ mantra is resonating with the market.

Launched in early 2017, Ramco Foodservices which operates nationally, is now established as one of the UK’s largest outlets for surplus catering equipment. It estimates the size of the second-hand catering equipment market at 250 million annually.

It has credited the drive in demand for its services to operators being more aware of the environmental benefits of not scrapping surplus equipment.

Ramco wants more operators to know that it can help them turn their redundant catering equipment into cash, whilst reducing their environmental impact and freeing up valuable storage space and time.

Paul Fieldhouse, business development manager for Ramco says, "Operators and distributors alike have been seeking to dispose of unwanted assets in an increasingly environmentally responsible way. With CSR and compliance high on the agenda, people are recognising that there is a better solution than reusable assets ending up as scrap.

“At Ramco, we create an opportunity for operators and distributors to benefit financially as we manage the process seamlessly, with collection, recycling and marketing of the equipment, then a share of the cash."

At the Casual Dining Show 2019, Ramco Foodservices will be presenting all the information about its fully compliant, flexible and bespoke catering equipment disposal service for the casual dining and eating out sector, and how it can benefit your business.

There will also be a £100 Amazon Voucher up for visitors to stand A28 who take part in a short survey, with the winner announced at the end of the event.


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