Multideck display options from Foster – Hotelympia

31 January 2008 by
Multideck display options from Foster – Hotelympia

There are 24 models across four ranges in the new Multideck line-up of display cabinets debuting on the Foster Refrigerator stand.

They have been designed to maximise the sales of sandwiches, snacks and beverages, dairy and meat products, and fruit and vegetables. Two ranges - the Premier and the Mini - are available in a stove white or silver-grey paint finish, while the Pro and Slim Multidecks come with stainless steel or stove white paint options.

The Premier cabinet with deep shelves and glass end panels offers 30% more display capacity than standard models, from 810 litres to 1,266 litres. The low-level mini chiller - designed for impulse buying near pay points - comprises four models in the two heights of 1,300mm and 1,500mm.

The Pro units with full-length glass end panels offer a high display volume relative to their footprint of 415 litres to 975 litres, while the Slim cabinets use extra-deep shelving to boost capacity to between 290 and 520 litres.

To celebrate its 40th anniversary, Foster will offer visitors the chance to win an energy-efficient PRO G 600 refrigerator.

Stand N1727
Foster Refrigerator 0500 691122

17-21 February 2008
ExCel, London

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