Following the United Kingdom’s decision to leave the European Union, talks about a gloomy outlook for the businesses and uncertainty around Brexit emerging across the country have become widespread. Yet, while some continue talking, others act. A Lithuanian company, which provides catering equipment services, has taken a strong step forward to enter the British market and managed to secure its position within a short time.
Since June 2016 when the UK residents voted to leave the EU in a referendum, the markets have been responding in an adverse manner.
This decision of the Britons caused a great deal of concern to those companies with their business directly linked to the trade relations between the EU and the UK. Particularly, even before the end of the Brexit negotiations, it has become apparent that the British are likely
to lose their membership in the Community’s single market.
Nevertheless, the Lithuanians have yet again proven that there is no border that can close the doors to a good product and top-quality works. While others are considering possibilities to leave the UK, Lithuanian catering equipment company Audores has made a decision to act on the contrary and expand here.
Their decision to dive into the public catering sector – a market with ever so fierce competition seemed far more controversial. The statistical data from 2016 shows that UK has almost 87,000 operating cafes, bars, restaurants and other catering establishments. And the number is constantly growing.
Nonetheless, the Lithuanians had decided to set the challenge and set up their subsidiary in London half a year ago. Not only did the company, which supplies state-of-the-art and reliable catering equipment to public catering companies, managed to secure its position in this country within a short period time, but also built its reputation as a trustworthy partner. Audores Ltd. not only offers catering equipment by leading equipment manufacturers known for quality (Rational, MKN, Lincat, True, Winterhalter and others), but also fits it and takes care of the final preparations for it to be used.
Such Lithuanian flexibility did not go unnoticed in the UK market, which is characteristic of
By the way, the entrepreneurs have become the ambassadors for the Lithuanian manufacturers. Along with the globally known equipment, UK restaurant kitchens also have Lithuanian refrigeration equipment fitted.
“The United Kingdom is one of the largest markets in Europe in terms of the catering sector. Despite Brexit, the restaurant business is growing rapidly in this country. We have noticed that new restaurants, bars or outdoor venues open on a regular basis. Britain is home to many different nations with a variety of needs.
However, with a wide range of partners both in the UK and across Europe we can confidently fulfil the wishes of every single customer. And this is key in this area.
Audores, which launched its business in Lithuania 7 years ago, is far from a newcomer in foreign markets. The Lithuanians offer their services to the Baltic and Scandinavian countries. To date, the count of restaurants, cafes, canteens, bakeries, pizzerias, hotels, kebab houses, fast food outlets, rural tourism destinations and food shops with the equipment installed by Audores has exceeded 6,000.
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