Restaurant Technologies appoints new senior vice president of operations

Tim Curran

Restaurant Technologies has appointed Tim Curran as senior vice president of operations.

Curran joins the provider of cooking-oil management and automated exhaust cleaning solutions from glass installation firm Binswanger Glass, where he was CEO.

In his new role, Curran will oversee Restaurant Technologies’ operations team and help lead the expansion of the company’s nationwide service and distribution network, which consists of 41 depots and more than 1,100 employees.

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Jeff Kiesel, Restaurant Technologies’ CEO, said: “Tim Curran is a strong and innovative leader who will help Restaurant Technologies continue to expand our nationwide service and distribution network and build our service capabilities.

“He will also bring a track record of customer-centered leadership to our three products: Total Oil Management, AutoMist-the automated hood and flue cleaning system, and our disposable grease filters, Grease Lock.”

Curran said that he was looking forward to focusing on growth and continuous improvement strategies in his new role and collaborating with senior executives.

He said: “Restaurant Technologies has been recognized as the leader in its space for more than 20 years.

“By fostering innovation, agility and excellence within the organization, we can expand our service portfolio and strengthen our position.”

Restaurant Technologies provides innovative back-of-house solutions to restaurant and foodservice operators of all types.

The company’s growing client network totals more than 28,000 customers, ranging from grocery delis and campus foodservice facilities to full-service upscale restaurants.

Its solutions include Total Oil Management, an automated system that manages the entire oil process from ordering, delivery and storage of fresh cooking oil, to the handling, disposal and recycling of used cooking oil.

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