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Hobart unveils national support plan for restart

09 June 2020 by
Hobart unveils national support plan for restart

Equipment manufacturer Hobart has revealed a range of restart support measures across both service and equipment divisions to help operators return to business.

David Riley, managing director of Hobart equipment division, and Keith Mackie, managing director of Hobart Service, launched the Business Support Unit, which offers a range of measures, such as:

  • De-mothballing equipment
  • The release of full spec sheets for each machine
  • Discounts on new equipment
  • Public sector 2019 price rollback
  • £500 cashback on a purchase of the new Two-Level Washer
  • 12- and 24-month interest-free payment plans.

Riley said: "Now, more than ever, the industry we love to serve needs support in getting back to business; Hobart UK is doing everything it can to make this path as smooth as possible. It's an unprecedented period – one which calls for unprecedented measures."

Mackie added: "Throughout the Covid-19 crisis Hobart UK remained fully operational in terms of both equipment supply and providing service and maintenance, which proved invaluable in ensuring kitchen operations could be maintained in critical areas.

"We are also very aware that while a few were able to pivot and offer delivery and takeaway, many end-users of Hobart equipment had no choice but to close their doors during the worst of the crisis. Hobart UK will now be there to assist those customers in their efforts to restart."

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