Mobile Kitchens on Wheels, Beer on Tap Revolutionizes the Mobile Delivery of Food and Beverage Services
WILMINGTON, Mass., April 26, 2022– Definitive Technology Group (DTG), the leading provider of advanced power systems and mobile food and beverage workstations, today announced that it will be exhibiting its most recent PowerStations at the National Restaurant Association’s annual conference, taking place in Chicago, May 21-23, 2022.
“The food and beverage industry has had to reimagine itself over the past few years, and find new ways to bring excellent dining options and outstanding service and delivery to consumers,” said Steve Shaheen, DTG CEO and Founder. “DTG’s mobile food and beverage carts enable restaurants and other food service providers, events planners, colleges and others to provide made-to-order food and beverages anywhere they’re needed — indoors or out. This significantly increases their opportunities to capture market share and revenue and boost the employee and consumer experience in innovative ways.”
All mobilized PowerStations from DTG increase productivity by bringing cooking power, refrigeration and point-of-sale (POS) capabilities to wherever they are needed. The rugged workstations are customized to fit current cooking and beverage needs and technology and easily adjust to meet future needs. Every workstation features the industry’s most advanced Lithium-ion Iron Phosphate (LFP) battery system, which is safer and more sustainable than other batteries, contains faster run-times and quick recharge rates. Each workstation comes with an industry-leading 5-year warranty and guaranteed ROI within 12 months.
DTG PowerStations that will be on display in the DTG Booth #10447, include:
- Chef PowerStation: The most advanced battery-powered mobile cart for made-to-order cooking, continuous refrigeration and POS transactions. The customizable cart also enables the delivery of mobile food and beverage services to sports and leisure events, business and industrial facilities, health systems, micro markets, airline lounges and anywhere that advanced cooking, heating and refrigeration services may benefit from mobile delivery. The Chef PowerStation has been in use at more than a dozen college campuses across the U.S.
- OnTap PowerStation: The most advanced battery-powered mobile cart for kegerator beverage serving, and continuous refrigeration, as well as POS transactions. It is available with two-tap configurations and integration for outdoor LCD display. It is highly configurable and flexible to satisfy a variety of beverage serving venues.
- Food-On-Wheels PowerStation: The first self-powered food delivery system providing continuous commercial refrigeration in a mobile cart package making it easy to deliver food off hours. First designed for hospitals during the pandemic, it enabled them to safely provide food to clinical staff throughout the network.
- Mobile POS PowerStation. Enables cafeterias, dining halls, stadiums, retail stores and other facilities to set up check-out areas, indoors or outside, whenever and wherever they are needed to improve the brick & mortar retail experience. Its brings cashiers to the customer and supports any POS system, cash drawer, printer or scanner.
In addition, DTG will be showcasing a prototype of a soon-to-be-released Barista PowerStation, an advanced battery-powered mobilized cart for premium coffee service and sales. The Barista PowerStation will enable 200 cups of coffee to be made in a single charge, from any venue.
DTG is the global leader in the design and delivery of mobilized battery powered workstations and advanced Uninterruptible Battery Systems (UBS) for industries such as commercial food and beverage services, industrial materials handling & logistics, healthcare, and manufacturing. The company brings workforce automation and unrivaled uninterruptable battery system power to the point of task. DTG is privately held and based in Wilmington, Mass.
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Linda Pendergast Savage