CLEVELAND, 12 February 2020 — Frontline International continues its worldwide expansion by announcing a new partnership with Mii Foodservice for distribution in Malaysia and Singapore. In addition, Frontline’s Smart Oil Management® solutions have been approved for a Singaporean government grant program that can cover half of customers’ cost of equipment purchases.
Frontline International is a global leader in cooking oil management solutions, helping to create safer workplaces, provide brand protection, and automate the complex science of fried-food quality. The company manufactures equipment for handling fresh oil, filtration, and used oil to help customers manage, monitor, and make money from their cooking oil.
The Singaporean government grant, known as a Productivity Solutions Grant (PSG), covers up to 50% of the cost of certain Frontline equipment purchased by qualifying customers within the country. Eligible Frontline International equipment must transfer oil directly from the fryer to a used oil containment tank without an intermediate caddy (Frontline’s Direct-Plumbed® system). The containment tank must be equipped with fill-level sensors, Frontline’s exclusive M3 data management system, and diagnostic functions.
Prospective customers can get a quote from Mii Foodservice before applying for the PSG through Singapore’s Business Grants Portal.
“Frontline’s message of safety, sustainability, and savings resonates around the globe,” said Giovanni Brienza, vice president. “We have enjoyed tremendous success in the eastern hemisphere and look forward to continued growth in Malaysia and Singapore through our partnership with Mii Foodservice. At the same time, the Productivity Solutions Grant makes Frontline International equipment an even clearer choice for foodservice industry professionals in Singapore.”
With installations on six continents, Frontline International is the only U.S.-based manufacturer of oil management equipment that maintains the equipment quality certifications to sell internationally.
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