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Employees love not being exposed to hot oil during the filling, cleaning and disposal process.
Eric Oppenheim
Chief Operating Officer, Republic Foods
Our old system was so messy, physically strenuous and even dangerous, that employees were cutting corners to avoid doing the work. Instead of filtering the oil, employees would add fresh oil to bad oil, overuse the oil and then dump and replace large quantities.
Tony De Salvo
Franchisee, Bar Louie
Going green is very important. Like Restaurant Technologies, being green falls within our four ‘screens’ – environmental, sustainable, functional and financial.
John De Carrier
Owner/Operator, McDonald's
We estimate that employees spend at least 15 fewer minutes on kitchen cleaning at the end of each day. This can get them home to their families faster, but it also saves us about $150 to $200 per week in labor costs at each location.
Tony De Salvo
Franchisee, Bar Louie
People often revert to their old way of doing their jobs. But if they fully understand the benefits behind a business decision, they’re more likely to change for good.
Joe Sciortino
Procurement Manager, Wild Wing Café
“I made a decision to partner with Restaurant Technologies for several key reasons including Safety, Cleanliness and Simplification. This program has been very helpful to our team and has made the life of our restaurant general managers much easier. Retaining quality people is key for us and this program makes the employees happy. We have seen at least a 20 minute reduction in time spent handling oil by replacing a very manual process with an automated system. This allows us to reallocate resources to more customer facing tasks. This has been a great benefit to the Kedis team”
Clinton Lewis
Senior VP Operations- Kedis Enterprises – AKFCF Northeast Regional President
One of the most overlooked process improvements that a restaurant can make is in oil management.
In fact, properly managed oil can have a positive impact on almost every other area of the organization including business operations and finance, employee engagement and costs, and customer satisfaction.

Manage Oil to Manage Operational Costs

Getting the best return on oil investments and related fried food costs is critical to managing any foodservice business. Most organizations have some level of standard operating procedures in place to track basic oil spend and handling costs

The breakdown comes within the traditional manual oil handling process. A series of unconnected events—including oil purchase, delivery, inventory, storage, filling, filtration, disposal and recycling—typically don’t offer any strategic analysis of metrics that lead to process improvements such as oil usage over time, across multiple locations, or within set operating parameters. This leaves a gap where efficiencies are not realized and opportunities for training are missed.

Only a turnkey solution, based on a closed-loop automated oil management system, data capture and sophisticated online reporting tools can provide organizations with access to the right information to enable incremental (or, in some cases, more substantial) oil handling improvements that boost ROI.