German food company Gerten, which has developed commercial sales for commercial construction and industrial use, is launching its first UK spin-off business, dubbed “commercial salad spinners”.
Gertes will launch its first commercial spin-out, in a residential tower in Manchester, next month.
The company said it was creating the spin-offs from existing companies and in partnership with an existing company, and said it would partner with other existing commercial sales firms to create new commercial spinners.
The new company will be called “Commercial Salad Spinners”.
“Our goal is to build on our successes with commercial sales in the United States, and our UK customers, to offer customers in other markets the opportunity to use commercial sales to transform their kitchens into a truly commercial enterprise,” Gertus said.
Gertans first commercial sales focused on commercial kitchen sales, and were based in the US. “
This is why we decided to partner with a new UK company to create a spin-up business.”
Gertans first commercial sales focused on commercial kitchen sales, and were based in the US.
Gerts sales team had already developed and launched commercial sales systems, such as the “gerten” commercial kitchen equipment, and other commercial kitchen products in the USA, Australia and New Zealand.
“The aim of this new spin-in is to be able to supply the UK market with new and innovative commercial kitchen spinners that meet our needs,” Gervas said.
Commercial kitchen spinner Gertin spinner with a “spinner” spinner.
Commercial spin-ins have become popular in recent years with many restaurants and catering businesses around the world, and Gertis new commercial kitchen spinning venture is expected to cater for a growing number of clients.
“As we look to the future, we have the opportunity of providing our customers with new commercial kitchens in the market that are ready to serve the demands of the future,” Geths chief executive, Martin Schulz, said.
Gethis new spin out is the latest in a string of recent spin-outs to take place, and it is part of a trend that has seen a rise in spin-ups in the food and hospitality industry.
In December, the Food and Wine Institute, a trade association, reported that the UK’s food industry had lost around £8 billion ($10 billion) since 2010, with the loss of the commercial kitchen sector of around £9 billion.
“A huge chunk of that has been caused by the closure of restaurants and the consequent decline in the commercial restaurant market, which is why the number of spin- ins is on the rise,” said Nick Jones, FWI’s senior vice president for public policy.
The FWI report said the commercial sector had lost more than 7,000 jobs over the past decade and predicted that the number would rise to 8,400 jobs by 2030.
However, Gertings spin- out is expected be much bigger.
It will offer a range of commercial kitchen services, including “commercial spinner”, a commercial kitchen with a spinners rack, “commercial kitchen rack”, commercial kitchen rack, commercial kitchen stand and “commercial table”.
Gethans spin- in will be based in Manchester.
The business said that it was investing £1 million into the new business.
“Commercial salad spiners have an established reputation and have proven themselves as a trusted partner in commercial kitchens,” said Gertins chief executive Martin Schutz.
“It is also important to note that our spin-innovation is aligned with the Gertstens mission to improve the quality of food in the home and the environment, and we are committed to continuing to create jobs and create wealth.”