Cascades introduces ServOne, a one-at-a-time napkin dispensing system, says product better controls quantity of napkins taken by patrons, reduces waste, costs; dispensers come in tabletop, wall mount designs
WATERFORD, New York
August 12, 2011
– Cascades Tissue Group is proud to introduce ServOne™, a new one-at-a-time interfold napkin dispensing system which is:
MORE ECONOMICAL: By better controlling the quantity of napkins taken by patrons, thus reducing waste and cost for restaurant owners by up to 25%*.
MORE HYGIENIC: Customers only touch the napkins they take. The innovative dispensing pack can also be directly loaded in a dispenser further minimizing cross-contamination.
MORE ENVIRONMENTALLY PREFERABLE: In addition to reducing waste and consumption, Cascades® for ServOne white and Moka® napkins are also made of 100% recycled fiber and are certified Ecologo™ and Processed Chlorine Free®. Their smaller case size offers a reduced environmental footprint and storage savings of up to 50%*.
*When compared to traditional napkins/dispensers
The ServOne product offering includes two types of dispensers: a high capacity one for counters that can also be mounted on walls, and a second, more compact, that can be placed on tabletops. Both dispensers double as an advertising vehicle with a window insert feature to display promotions, new menu items or special events. Easy to customize templates are available for download at: www.afh.cascades.com/Brochures.aspx.
“In this economy restaurant owners are looking for ways to improve their margins. The Cascades ServOne system allows them to reduce their costs with a positive impact on customer satisfaction. This hygienic and quality product offering will also enhance the image of their establishment,” says Isabelle Faivre, Away-from-Home U.S. Marketing Director at Cascades Tissue Group.
About Cascades Tissue Group
Cascades Tissue Group is a division of manufacturing and packaging leader Cascades, Inc. (CAS Toronto Exchange), is a pioneer in recycled paper manufacturing. The division has 17 mills spread throughout North America, including 10 in the United States. Its towel and tissue products are generally considered single-use goods – a fact motivating Cascades to remain an industry model of forward-thinking manufacturing, sustainability and carbon avoidance. For more information about Cascades Tissue Group, visit www.afh.cascades.com or www.sustain.cascades.com.