Frontline International, Inc., whose Smart Oil Management systems help foodservice establishments protect their brands, monitor their cooking oil usage, and get more value out of their fresh and waste cooking oil, announces the launch of its newly revamped website at www.frontlineii.com.
With an all-new look, easier navigation, product descriptions, graphic interfaces, videos, and more, the new site demonstrates how Frontline’s solutions for fresh oil, filtration, and waste oil can help customers manage their fresh oil supply, extend the life of fresh oil to save money, and turn their waste oil into a profit center—all while reducing risk and improving safety in their kitchens.
An expanded product section gives details and SKUs for every piece of Smart Oil Management equipment. Frontline’s modular equipment lineup represents the company’s unique ability to offer customers customized, flexible, right-sized solutions for many specific needs versus global implementation plans that appear to offer economies of scale but don’t consider volume, geography, and “buy-versus-lease” savings.
A password-protected client portal lets customers login from anywhere to use Frontline’s more user-friendly web-based M3 Data Management System to Monitor, Measure, and Manage oil usage and create detailed reports.
About Frontline International
Frontline International, Inc. designs, manufactures, and distributes superior commercial foodservice equipment for the storage, handling, and disposal of cooking oil. With Frontline, you own your own equipment, negotiate your own oil rebates, and have the freedom to choose your own oil vendors. Frontline and its Smart Oil Management systems offer users more freedom and more control over their processes and their profits. For more information, contact Frontline International, Inc. at 187 Ascot Parkway, Cuyahoga Falls, OH 44223. Phone: +1 330-861-1100. Toll free: 1-877-776-1100. Web: www.frontlineii.com. E-mail: [email protected].
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