Restaurant Development & Design

NOV-DEC 2017

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2 4 • S P O N S O R E D C O N T E N T • N O V E M B E R / D E C E M B E R 2 0 1 7 What differentiates your company from others in the marketplace? One of the key factors that differentiates Eagle from other manufacturers is our ability to provide dealer partners with one-stop pur- chasing for virtually any of their stainless, millwork and shelving needs as well as custom fabrication. Working with a broadline manufac- turer like Eagle can help a distributor reduce adminis- trative, freight and on-site receiving/installation costs. This can help your project stay within budget and save time on your installation. Where does your company go for new product inspira- tion? How are you working with designers or restau- rant concepts to customize a unique solution? The marketplace. Many times our customers have great ideas for new products. In addition, we have partnered with foodser- vice consultants in bringing product designs to fruition. Addressing our custom- ers' needs and listening to them helps ensure the new products we develop are meeting a particular need in our industry. For example, our new Cool Trough water tempering system was designed by a foodservice consultant to meet a specific need for tempering water prior to it being introduced into the plumbing system. How are you able to serve large-scale requirements associated with a chain redesign or new concept design? Eagle's SpecFAB ® Division was formed to fill the gap between standard equip- ment and high-cost, wish- and-wait-for highly custom- ized equipment. SpecFAB ® provides a way to short-cut the design and fabrication process. Depending on our customer's need, we can build custom configura- tions from scratch or we can design from our superior modular components. Hav- ing this flexibility means we can deliver custom equip- ment faster and at a lower cost. Our investment in the most sophisticated manufac- turing systems means each and every custom piece is consistent. We can make multiple pieces with repeat precision, just like standard equipment. This is key when working with chains to assure that each location's equipment has the same look, feel and function. www.eaglegrp.com Profit from the Eagle Advantage A Q&A with Eagle Group

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