Sprint races to support reopening of hospitality and catering industry

Sprint Group with facemasks

With the government’s announcement, and reconfirmation that the sector will reopen on 4th July, Award-winning commercial kitchen design and fitting company Sprint says it’s ready to support the UK hospitality and catering industry – and other businesses – to get back on their feet.

Pershore-based Sprint is an award-winning company that designs, installs and maintains high quality commercial kitchens, bars and server counters throughout the UK.

In recent months, with a new managing director at the helm to assist owners Ross and Luke Ryan, the Sprint team have supported Caprice Holdings , which owns  some of London’s smartest restaurants, and the Ivy Collection portfolio of restaurants, with a charitable initiative to provide thousands of cooked meals to frontline workers across the country.

Sprint Group with facemasks 2Now, the Group are focused on helping the heavily-hit hospitality and catering industries as they prepare to reopen their premises in a safe way especially with many owners and managers encountering issues as they turn on equipment again.

Sprint Group have a team of directly employed, fully trained engineers ready to undertake maintenance and equipment checks, gas safety certificates and certifications, inspections as well as a descale and sanitisation service.

The company have also started to supply other important safety equipment to enable operators to get up and running – such as hand sanitiser stations, thermal screening, fever detection equipment and disinfectant products.

Simon Carpmael, MD, says: “This is an exciting announcement for the industry – we know operators will be turning on their equipment for the first time since it’s been mothballed and our team of experienced engineers are ready to help. They’re strategically located for a rapid nationwide response and carry extensive van stock to complete instant on-site repairs. The only thing we can’t organise for 4th July is the weather!”