Today, Motion Technology, Inc., leader in high-performance ventless kitchen solutions, announced spring of 2015 marks the company’s 25th year of meeting and exceeding customer requirements in an increasingly diverse and technologically challenging industry.
Twenty-five years ago, the AutoFry model FFG-10 was developed and sold as the first of its kind, fully enclosed, fully automated, ventless deep frying system. The initial AutoFry model was a single basket deep fryer that showed the industry costly kitchen renovations and hood installation were no longer necessary to produce high quality fried foods.
Over the last two decades, multiple upgrades to the AutoFry have resulted in the safest and most reliable piece of ventless fryer equipment available. In 2007 Simplifry™ logic was added to AutoFry, a time and temperature compensation technology, providing a more consistent product output to customers. Additional fryer sizes have also been added to the Motion Technology lineup, giving users frying options to meet any operation and kitchen size.
As further commitment to the ventless kitchen theme, Motion Technology introduced the AirMaster oven in 1998, a high-speed oven built to cut cook time without the use of microwaves. Since then, the oven has gone through a series of upgrades and resizing to become the MultiChef high-speed oven that customers know and love today.
“Motion Technology’s 25th anniversary is a huge milestone for the company,” said Bill McMahon, president of Motion Technology. “Over the past 25 years, we’ve introduced the food service world to remarkable innovation with the AutoFry ventless fryer and the MultiChef high-speed oven. We’ve always looked for better ways to manufacture our product and produce long lasting food service equipment and this has led to major improvements on our equipment along the way.
“I am immensely proud to be leading a team of people who strive for excellence every day and relentlessly work to build and sell the best equipment in the world and deliver incredible service to our customers. We are poised for a strong 2015 with new product innovation and look forward to what the next 25 years will bring to the company.”
As part of the 25th anniversary celebration, Motion Technology is launching a 25 day anniversary sale. All filters and cleaners will be sold at 25% off through the AutoFry Webstore, using promo code 25ANV. This discount will provide customers the opportunity to stock up on maintenance items that will help to extend the life of their machines for the next 25 years.
About Motion Technology, Inc.
Motion Technology, Inc., a Northborough, MA based company, manufactures and sells ventless kitchen equipment solutions to the food service industry. Since 1990, Motion Technology has consistently provided the best equipment and dedicated technical service and support to customers from small mom and pop shops to large campuses and theaters alike. For more information on Motion Technology, Inc., please call 800-348-2976 or visit MTIproducts.com.
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