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Running a concession trailer can be a smart way to take your restaurant on the road. However, it can be difficult to adjust to the small size of the trailer, especially when you're thinking about the equipment you'll need. Consider the following as you think about concession trailer equipment so you can get what you need to be successful.
Know What You Can Pre-Cook
Because you don't have much space inside the concession trailer, it is vital that you are smart about what equipment you can do without. Pre-cooking certain things will allow you to work with less equipment inside the trailer, which will give you more space to move around and prep your food. For example, if you make your own tortillas at your restaurant, you may want to make them before heading out for the day with the trailer; that way, you don't have to keep a griddle inside the trailer itself. Once you know what you'll be able to pre-cook, you can cross off or add certain equipment on your "need-to-buy" list. You might find that you'll save money, as you won't be trying to replicate your entire restaurant kitchen in the trailer.
Measure Each Piece of Trailer Equipment
The first thing you should do when considering any piece of trailer equipment is to measure it. It doesn't matter how great the equipment is if it won't fit inside your concession trailer. Bring a tape measure along while you shop so you can be sure of different measurements. As you buy different pieces, keep in mind the size of the trailer and the size of equipment you've already gotten so you can keep track of how much room you'll have to move around.
Ask About Replacement Parts
One of the things you have to remember is that eventually, you will have to replace components inside your equipment. If that happens, you need to know where you can find those parts right away. If you will have to special order parts and can't get them locally, that might affect your decision to buy a specific piece of equipment. Try to have specific contact information on hand for retailers like CS Techs Inc that will be able to provide replacement pieces; you might also want to investigate how much different parts will cost you.
With these suggestions, you'll be able to make better decisions about the concession trailer equipment you buy. Talk to others with concession trailers to get more ideas.Share
19 August 2016