Catering equipment hire London in the run up to Christmas

London catering equipment hire has never been simpler than with Event Hire UK - read all about it here, and make sure you order early for the Christmas season!

As we come out of the summer and start to look towards the final quarter of the year, namely the run up to Christmas, the team at Event Hire’s London sales and distribution centre have been making sure that their stocks of catering equipment hire London ranges are ready for action.

With the volume of large catering jobs that are coming up in London over the festive period, it is important that we can ensure we can provide the crockerycutleryglasses and so in the right quality and in the right quantities, and this is exactly what our team are expert at.

When it comes to catering equipment hire London, we’re talking burnersturbofan ovens, fridges to go with mobile bars, walk-in fridges, freezers, mobile hot cupboards and hot holding cupboards….the list goes on.  All this type of equipment will be heavy demand in November and December as Christmas corporate banqueting events kick-in at major historic and iconic venues across the city of London, often involving over 1,000 covers a night.

Here at Event Hire UK, as part of our ongoing quality control procedures, we ensure that all our catering equipment London is an excellent condition, both in terms of its cleanliness and also the fact that it is fully tested – we have PAT testing facilities in house to enable us to do this in a professional and efficient manner.  At the same time, we are continually investing in the latest catering equipment hire products to ensure that our clients benefit from technological advances and so we can provide them with the latest, efficient equipment hire for temporary kitchens.

So, if you are fortunate enough to be attending your company’s Christmas party or banquet, the chances are that the catering team may well be using some of Event Hire London’s catering equipment hire products.  And dare we say it yet…..happy Christmas?….