Are Kitchen Incubators a Viable Business?

Posted on: 23 August 2017

As local food movement gains traction, rental kitchens or kitchen incubators are on the rise as a way to support local food business ventures. Rental kitchens offer low-cost access to licensed kitchens and professional-grade equipment like commercial ovens, and connections with suppliers and customers. And most rental kitchens keep the chefs viable in business by assisting with branding, distribution, and sales. Kitchen incubators are geared for food startups. These food startups are suitable for imminent chefs and bakers starting to invest into their own food businesses, for example, restaurants, bakeries, or ice cream shops.
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What to Know about Hiring Out Your Industrial Equipment

Posted on: 18 July 2017

As a contractor or owner of a construction company, you may find yourself with seasonal down times. During these times, you may be looking for ways to bring in extra income and keep your business thriving. In some cases, this means turning to a smaller job. However, one way you can bring in some additional income is to hire out your industrial equipment that is not in use to larger companies needing it.
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Diagnosing And Repairing The Causes Of High Temperatures In Cold Rooms

Posted on: 26 June 2017

An efficient and powerful cold room is a vital piece of equipment for many industrial businesses and processes, keeping volatile and perishable chemicals and substances safely chilled and ready for use. As such, keeping your industrial facility's cold room(s) in proper working order is equally vital—after all, a cold room that isn't cold is just a small, expensive room. However, if your cold room isn't chilling products as it should be, you shouldn't just tear it out and install a new one.
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Automation in Manufacturing Facilities

Posted on: 23 June 2017

Automation is now widely used in a range of manufacturing processes. Machines are able to complete repetitive work extremely reliably and – unlike human operators – don't get distracted or suffer from fatigue towards the end of a shift. Although some manufacturing facilities are completely automated these days, most rely on a combination of human and machine interactions to produce products. What are the commonly used industrial automation devices that manufacturers prefer in their factories today?
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