Eating out may be a favorite pastime for many people, but there is also something to be said for eating in, especially when the food is delivered right to the front door. Advanced pizza delivery equipment allows pizza places to bring their pies hot, fresh and crispy right to their customers’ doorsteps. Cold, soggy pizzas can be bad for business, even if they are perfect straight out of the oven. In order to keep customers happy, pizzas must retain that fresh-from-the-oven quality throughout the delivery process, so that they’re still delicious even after being packed up and driven around town. Read on to learn more about the benefits of induction pizza delivery equipment.
Safe, Efficient Delivery:
Effective pizza delivery equipment involves three main components, including a pizza bag, a heating disc and an induction pizza bag charger. By using induction technology, pizza delivery bags can be charged quickly and safely. With chargers that can operate in conjunction with up to 10 pizza bags each, even the busiest pizza restaurants can get their orders out the door quickly and efficiently at peak hours. Fast initial heating and recharge times also contribute to fast deliveries. Cordless pizza delivery bags increase safety for delivery workers, eliminating the clutter of cords and the need to charge bags in the delivery car.
While getting their pizza on time is often a top concern for customers, not much is worse than a pizza delivered cold and soggy. The right pizza delivery equipment can keep pizzas hot and crispy for as long as 45 minutes, which gives delivery workers enough time to pack up the pizzas and deliver multiple orders piping hot and fresh.
A negative pizza delivery experience can leave a bad taste in people’s mouths, resulting in poor reviews and lost customers. Top quality pizza delivery bags bring hot, fresh pizzas to customers’ doors safely and efficiently. Improved service helps keep customers coming back, and increases profits for business.
Other Food Delivery Systems:
In addition to pizza delivery equipment, there are other delivery systems for various types of food. Whether a restaurant delivers pizzas, sandwiches, pasta dishes, burgers or Chinese food, using advanced delivery equipment can improve service. Delivery bags that keep food hot for up to 30 minutes, with adjustable carrying straps and cordless designs, help delivery workers bring food to happy customers fresh, hot, and on time, every time.
Kitty Mortland is the Marketing Coordinator for CookTek, a provider of induction cooktops and pizza delivery equipment for commercial kitchens. CookTek is changing the way the world cooks, serves, and delivers food.