Supply Costs: What to Consider
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Supply Costs: What to Consider

Posted by Guest Blogger Terri Mayer

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Total Cost of Ownership

When considering cost of ownership, the initial purchase cost is weighed against several operating costs. In many industries it is typically considered to be the period of a product’s serviceable life divided by the cost of the product. In the foodservice industry, the quality of equipment and supplies should also be a consideration when determining your cost of ownership. The quality of your supplies not only impacts the quality of food you are serving to your customers, but also staff efficiency and energy savings.

The cost of ownership story can be retold product by product within the Vollrath line. Consider utensils, which are designed and built with the Jacob’s Pride® Lifetime Warranty, ensuring years of superior use, and Super Pan V®, designed to withstand the wear and tear of commercial kitchens.

What to consider when finding your total cost of ownership


About Terri Mayer

Terri is the Category Manager for the “Steamtable Pans” and “Cookware” product categories. She has been with Vollrath for over 19 years with the first half of her tenure in the Procurement field and the last 10 years in new product development. She holds certifications in Food Service (CFSP) and Procurement (CPM). Her undergraduate degrees are in Materials Management and Management & Communications, and holds a Master’s degree in Business Administration.

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