June 23, 2021 2:58 pm
With England winning their Group last night at least ‘Football is coming home’ can continue for another week.
Even with that success, the bar and restaurant hospitality sector continues to struggle. With restrictions on
the number of people allowed inside due to social distancing, it is proving to be very difficult to run a
business and make a profit.
Some restaurants have even stopped their lunchtime service as they struggle to recruit enough staff to help
run their service. One in ten UK hospitality workers left the industry in the last year with the others placed
on furlough. While they are waiting to return to work they are less willing to switch employers.
On the other hand, even though Grocery sales fell 1.6% during the 12 weeks to June 13th compared to 2020, sales
remain £3.3bn higher than 2019. Demand for cooking at home continues as ‘Freedom Day’ is put back until next month.
Can the Hospitality industry last that long?
Over the last six months, Seven Refrigeration has continued supporting many different industries by supplying
temperature-controlled solutions to their sites. Having additional storage on their sites it has helped them
increase their capacity, whilst waiting for industries to fully open up. The flexibility of having temporary
storage on site means no need for large capital expenditure.
Seven Refrigeration are Portable Cold Storage specialists with vast experience in supplying Refrigerated Containers
across the United Kingdom.
Seven can supply 20ft or 40ft Cold Storage Container solutions on a short or long term hire basis. Delivered
directly to your site to support your operation and help maintain your supply to your customers. We can offer
flexible hire terms dependent on your requirements.
Call us to discuss your solution on 01473 261780 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
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