Lease Commercial Catering Equipment From Commercial Kitchens Online

West Midlands, England (PressExposure) November 13, 2009 -- Commercial Kitchens Online, a leading UK equipment supplier to the catering industry, introduce clients to their equipment leasing options.

For any business, the set-up costs can throw you into negative equity before you even begin, particularly in a catering environment where expensive ovens and hygienic work surfaces are needed. Leasing from Commercial Kitchens Online is a cost effective option.

Commercial Kitchens Online work in partnership with various leasing companies to provide catering solutions for many catering institutions including hotels, pubs, bars and restaurants, plus leasing plans are flexible and cost effective, often more-so than taking a loan from a bank.

Moreover equipment is held under warranty so if anything goes wrong it will be replaced - and if at the end of the lease term clients want to take full ownership of the equipment they have the option of paying just 2 further payments to do so - essentially spreading the purchase cost.

"Leasing catering equipment is a fast and cheap way to set up your business," comments Adam Sambrook, E-Commerce Manager of Commercial Kitchens Online. "A lease decision can be made within 48 hours of the application and you could be cooking up a storm in no time."

For more information on Commercial Kitchens Online please call 01384 275 759 or visit: http://www.commercialkitchensonline.com

About Commercial Kitchens Online

Having been supplying the foodservice industry with high quality catering equipment, beverage equipment and food serving equipment for over 35 years, Commercial Kitchens Online and their parent company, Francis Catering Equipment, operate in a wide range of markets, including hotel chains, brewery and restaurant groups, sports stadia, supermarkets and many other organisations within the public sector.

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Press Release Submitted On: November 13, 2009 at 3:52 am
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