Thursday, September 21, 2017

Redefining your F&B Displays

Is it time to give your food and beverage area a makeover? Do it quickly and within budget with nested buffet sets from SICO.

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SICO®’s nested buffets are revolutionizing the way hotels and resorts set-up and present tables food and beverage displays.

Traditionally linen was utilized for its ability to mask damaged or unsightly tables and sideboards. The additional laundering and associated labour costs has led to the further development and design of nested glass top displays for a truly clean and modern look for food and beverage areas.

Providing a stylish look, SICO® displays provide endless shapes, sizes and configurations for a cost-effective way to provide your guests with an enticing and contemporary food and beverage display.  Nested table sets allow for compact storage when displays are not in use and the ability to break up and move your display tables into conference rooms, reception areas or hallways, freeing up limited storage space at back of house.

The finish options are endless and you can custom designing your display with a choice of frame colours, profiles and additional side panels provide additional storage space under the displays should the need arise. Additional castors can be fitted for movement between rooms and spaces allowing for a fully mobile display.

“we have intentionally allowed our options to be endless to compliment every décor and budget. SICO® display tables are made with high performance in mind for a longer lasting new look.”

– Barry Shepherd – General Manager at SICO® South Pacific.

For further information and pricing contact SICO South Pacific on 1300 117 378 or visit

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