Jeff is the executive chef at a well-known five-star restaurant in Chicago. As a Food & Beverage professional, Jeff knows that one of the most difficult and important parts of his job is to keep costs down. Jeff spends his days pouring over spreadsheets, looking for every possible cost-cutting method to help him keep his overhead under control.
Forbes Industries feels Jeff’s pain. Forbes knows that equipment costs are one of the main challenges faced by our customers. As an organization committed to progress and efficiency, Forbes is constantly seeking new and better ways to help you cut costs and increase profitability. Introducing Forbes’ new Tables & Induction Furniture, the solutions to your overhead overages. Forbes has worked tirelessly to lower the costs of the equipment that you need to keep your operation running smoothly and efficiently every day, all while maintaining the quality and durability that Forbes’ products are famous for. Through meticulous value-engineering, savvy consolidation of materials purchasing, and increasingly efficient manufacturing processes we have been able to lower our expenses across the board and pass the savings along to our valued customers.
How we did it:
Meticulous value engineering
Savvy consolidation of materials purchasing
Increasingly efficient manufacturing processes
Table wood veneer with Trend Glass/Stone countertop, open cabinet, straight corners supports, bottom shelf, four fixed corner bumpers, 5" gray wheels are standard. Inductions sold separately.
Table wood veneer with Trend Glass/Stone countertop, curved front cabinet, 5" gray wheels are standard. Shown with optional induction units - sold separately.