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FiltaFry has welcomed a brand-new business development manager to help it continue to be one of the most exciting franchise opportunities around.

FiltaFry has gotten 2019 off to a brilliant start, as it’s welcomed a number of new franchisees throughout its European operations and continued to expand across the continent. Notably, the van-based franchise, which specialises in total fryer management for restaurants and hospitality providers across the world, welcomed new franchise partners to its German business, in areas including Dusseldorf, Upper Bavaria and Berlin.

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FiltaFry has also recently managed to secure two master franchisees for Spain and Finland, meaning the franchise can take its environmentally friendly concept to the countries and continue to expand in new ways. In order to make sure that all of its franchisees are fully supported, the franchise has recruited Thomas Welp to take on the role of Business Development Manager. Welp will be in charge of supporting all franchisees with their sales and distribution concerns and will help the franchise to continue the staggering pace of growth it had in 2018.

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Managing Director of FiltaFry Deutschland, Jos van Aalst, said that he was very pleased to welcome Thomas to the franchise and looked forward to working with him.

“I am thrilled that we were able to recruit Thomas Welp for FiltaFry. Thomas actually comes from the IT sector and for decades, has been a sales and distribution professional with employee responsibility. With his additional experiences as an entrepreneur, he brings to the table exactly the kind of know-how that we need as a growing franchise company”.

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FiltaFry was founded in the UK in 1996 and has since gone on to establish its presence around the world. Its total fryer management solutions ensure that fryers keep working exactly as they should for longer and that any waste cooking oil is disposed of or reused as bio-fuel, rather than contributing to unnecessarily high levels of waste.

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