Restaurant Storage & Transport
These are the shelving posts that go on the side of each shelving unit. They come in various heights and some have levelers while others don't.
These wall mounted shelves are perfect for your restaursn't kitchen. Put these up, and suddenly you've got some more storage space in your kitchen!
Anything you need to deck out your restaurant shelves: casters, racks, dividers, step ladders. You name it... we hopefully have it.
Mount one of these overshelves to your work table, prep table, or refrigerated work table, to give you a few more shelves for some easy storage.
Most Canadian sit-down restaurants will want to have a bussing cart to help with clean up, but these can be used as "utlity carts" to move anything around.
If you've got a supermarket or a bigger foodservice establishment, like a hospital or university, a stocking cart can be helpful to lug your products around.
These racks can help your store your bun pans, move them around, and they're also a lot of fun to hop on and roll around with!
A dunnage rack can carry a lot of weight! If you need to keep something off the floor for sanitary or healthcode reasons, buy one of thse bad boys!
These racks will let you hang up your pots or utensils conveniently right up on your wall. They are heavy duty, commercial units, so they're perfect for restaurants.
These racks are useful for both plastic lug totes and the "universal" lug racks are can work with trays as well. Another great storage option for a commercial kitchen!
Trucks & Dollies
Put your plates, trays, and dishes into onf of these caddies. They've been designed to transport your kitchen's dishes in an easy and safe way.
These carts are helpful if you've got a lot of bun pans or trays that you need moving around. So a lot of bakeries and school cafeterias would use these.
If you've got a bunch of dish racks and you'll need to be transporting them around your kitchen, then one of these dollies can really save your back.
Hand trucks are useful in any kind of commercial workplace, but supermarkets and larger restaurants may need one as well.