|Cambro is the market share leader in food storage – in fact, food storage represents about 50% of their total business. Why are customers so loyal to Cambro solutions? Its all about a combination of high quality products and a wide variety of materials, containers, sizes, shapes and lids. They truly have a food storage solution for every food storage need. But variety is not the only thing that sets their products apart. Innovation is also key – for instance, the warewashing racks have a closed wall structure – so you wash your glasses in the rack, stack them on a rack dolly and then place the lid on top of the stack of racks – it’s a veritable “Closet on Wheels”. No more worrying about stored and already clean glasses needing to be rewashed after exposure to mop spray , bug spray, dust, etc. When you’re ready for the glasses, just remove the lid from the cart and get to work – no rewashing required. This is the kind of innovation that you can look forward to when buying Cambro products from Restockit.|
Just for fun, we asked our friends at Cambro what product they would want with them if they were stranded on a desert island – here is their answer. Once again – a solution for every problem (if you call being stranded on a desert island a problem… I’m not sure that I do!) “I'd want any kind of the 3 Foodservice shelving options Cambro now offers to store and organize my survival supplies. Any kind would do because all 3 options are non corrosive with a lifetime warranty against rust or corrosion (no other manufacturer offers a lifetime warranty against rust and corrosion) and also offer the same durability and weight bearing capacity as our competitors. The humidity associated with most deserted islands (and most commercial kitchen environments) would present a huge challenge to any other shelving manufacturer. Not Cambro though. It would be comforting to know that my shelving needs would survive the most corrosive environments for the full duration of my stay on the island. Even if it's for the rest of my life....” Getting stranded on this desert island sure sounds good to me, particularly if we can fill some of these shelves with food!