FiltaFry Franchise UK – FiltaFry’s parent company has acquired a large grease and drain management company to further increase its UK presence.
FiltaFry’s parent company, Filta Group, has announced that it’s in the process of acquiring a commercial kitchens grease and drain management firm in the UK following a great year for the company.
Watbio Holdings provides grease and drain management solutions to commercial kitchens across the UK and FiltaFry has entered into a multi-million-pound agreement to acquire the firm. The exciting acquisition follows a fantastic 2018 for FiltaFry, which saw it expand by issuing a master franchise license for FiltaFry Germany and welcome onboard ambitious new franchisees across the UK and Europe.
The company also enjoyed strong trading throughout the year, with profits and revenue steadily increasing across the months, thanks in part to the integration of company GMG in late 2017 which specialises in FOG management for commercial clients. This gave profits and revenue a healthy boost, adding to the success that FiltaFry’s own franchisees experiences throughout 2018.
The acquisition of Watbio should be completed in early 2019 and will bring even more skilled and dedicated individuals into Filta Group’s network. Van-based franchise FiltaFry now has more than 422 mobile cooking oil filtration units operating across Europe and hopes to continue its success into 2019 by welcoming even more franchisees into the business.
FiltaFry’s unique franchise opportunity offers the potential for unlimited growth, a strong base of repeat clients and virtually no competition thanks to its truly innovative total fryer management system. With clients ranging from schools, universities, hospitals and airports to local pubs, takeaways, stadiums and even offices, the potential for profit and success as a FiltaFry franchisee is endless. Add the environmental benefits of providing the oil filtration services and you’ve got a franchise that’s ripe for continued success year after year.
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