What you need, when you need it because that makes all the difference. Boelter understands that having the right equipment for your business is essential to everything you do.
Working Together To Bring Great Things to the Table
As a leading provider to the commercial foodservice industry for more than 90 years, Boelter brings innovative equipment solutions, deep industry experience and insightful consultation to any operation.
Whether you are opening a brand new restaurant or remodeling a bar, providing meals to senior living residents or catering events for club members, we have the expertise to outfit your space with whatever it uniquely requires to perform successfully.
The Kitchen Is At the Heart of Any Foodservice Operation
We speak the language of the foodservice industry and thrive on its culture. From initial vision through execution and beyond, our objective is to ensure that the equipment you use enhances both the function and flow of your space.
Boelter can step in and facilitate:
- Equipment specification and procurement
- Custom fabrication
- Project management
- Logistics and delivery
- Volume purchasing power
- Site management
- Inventory and training
- Warranty management and maintenance
By providing exceptional foodservice and bar equipment, selection, coordination, installation and customer support prowess to lighten your load, we can work together so your operation won’t miss a beat.
“Working with Boelter has been great. Chris Liesch has been very helpful from the start. He would recommend different equipment options and alternate sizes that best fit the space. The equipment would be dropped off in a single package and often installed in a day. He has saved a lot of time and headaches.”
– PHIL MESI, AREA REPRESENTATIVE AT PURE GREEN
Whether you're opening your first facility, adding another restaurant, or adding food to your taproom, investing in equipment is a big commitment. We work with you to create a solution that you feel confident in.
The Right Partner
We combine our hard-earned industry experience and knack for outside-the-box problem-solving to help build customer confidence when making equipment selections.
CapEx is actually short for capital expenditure and refers to funds that a business spends to acquire, maintain or improve long-term assets. This form of company spending is considered an investment that adds economic benefit to operations through increased efficiency or capacity. Long-term assets are usually fixed and non-consumable.
Creating a great foodservice experience at your senior living facility is a team effort. From the executive director to the serving staff, everyone plays an important role. Too often, executive directors who do not have a background in foodservice will focus their energies elsewhere, but your presence is a critical piece to making your food and beverage operations a success.
There are many innovations in equipment that help combat the challenges of the current labor crisis. Smart equipment that makes use of the Internet of Things (IoT) technology, equipment featuring automated processes, and robotics are all part of today’s kitchens. Integrating these types of new equipment into your operation can make the kitchen a more pleasing environment to work in, ease workloads, and improve efficiencies.