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Q. Why choose Concession Capital Inc?
A. Quality, Craftsmanship and Passion on what we do. The attention to detail is shown in our finished product as well as in between the layers. We use top of the line parts, materials and commercial brands equipment. We have a quality control system in place to test at every critical stage of the manufacturing process. Also our “manufacturing team” has many years of experience in the industry, being pioneers in this industry here in South Florida.
Q: What are Concession Capital hours of operation?
A: Monday through Friday from 8:00am. to 5:30pm. (Eastern Std time). Please leave a detailed message if calling after hours providing size of food truck/Concession Trailer and needed equipment if known. We’ll try to get back to you with a personalized quote. We are looking forward to hearing from you!
Q: When does construction begin?
A: We begin construction of your unit upon receiving your signed contract, approval of your drawing and payment in the form of cash, cashier’s check, wire transfer, or bank loan.
Q: What is the lead-time on ordering the trailer?
A.Once we receive your order and the paper work is finalized we have a lead time of about 4 to 6 weeks depending on the customized features of your unit. We are committed to meet the datelines set upon our customers.
Q: Can you explain the protocol for handling of the contract and funds?
A: You send in your down payment after the contract has been signed. Those funds are deposited into our business account and used to start building your trailer/food truck. You may come for a visit at any time before you decide to buy and see first-hand our manufacturing facility and our operation.
Q. What is required to place an order?
A. We require a sales contract and a 50% down payment.
Q. How do I get into festivals and special events?
A. Check this website festivalnet.com.
Q: How are these concession trailers financed?
A: We offer our customers the opportunity to apply for financing with one of the financing companies we work with. You can also contact your own bank or another financing source if you require financing for your purchase.
Q. Will I need to pay sales tax on my trailer/food trucks?
A. If the trailer final destination is outside the state of Florida, we don’t collect sales taxes on the transaction for your trailer. The new Owner will be responsible for paying sales taxes when you register the trailer in your home state.
Q. How the trailers/food trucks are delivered and how much will it cost?
A. Customer may pick up the trailer, food trucks from our facility or have the trailer delivered. We can arrange the delivery for you thru our partner freight company (contact info provided upon request. The cost will vary depending on gas prices and mileage.
Q. Can you put graphics on my trailer?
A. Yes, we arrange this service thru a partner company (one of the best in SF) that will work on your graphic design. It is included on the Food truck package but it is optional for the concession trailers.
Q: Do your trailers can be powered up by batteries or a generator, etc.?
A: All of our trailers can be run direct or from a generator. You can contact us for the required generator specs. We include a 20 ft heavy duty power cord/ 3 legs connector with your purchase. This cord can be customized if more length is needed at extra cost.
Q: How do you comply with the health department regulations?
A: We comply with all the major mobile unit HD codes requirements. It is a must to contact your State Health Department for guidelines on your mobile unit.(Customers are responsible to contact their health department and provide us any specifics to their state Health Department codes)
Q: What type of vehicle is recommended to haul any concession trailer?
A: We highly encourage the use of a V8 truck/pick up vehicle with good suspension to haul the concession trailer.
Q: What is the approximate weight of a fully equipped concession trailer?
A: All these weight values are an approximation. We highly recommend a V8 vehicle with good suspension truck to haul these units. The 7x14 weights 5,000 lbs + tongue 1,500 lbs, total 6,500 lbs. The 8x16 weights 5,500 lbs +tongue 1,500-2000 lbs, total 7,000-7,500 lbs. The 8x18 weights 6,000 lbs + tongue 1,500-2000 lbs, total 7,500-8,000 lbs. The 8x20 weights 6,500-7,000 lbs + tongue 1,500-2,000 lbs, total 8,000-9,000 lbs. The 8x22 weights 7,000 lbs + tongue1,500-2,000 lbs, total 8,500-9,000 lbs. The 8x24 weights 8,000 lbs,+ tongue 2000 lbs, total 10,000 lbs.
Q: What kind of a ball do I need on my van or pickup to haul the trailer?
A: Trailers require a 2 5/16 inch ball. It also requires a 6-way round female receptacle with a brake assist installed so electric brakes can work.
Q: Would I need an electric brake control on my van or pickup to haul the trailer?
A: Yes, you will need an electric brake control installed in your van or pickup.
Q: What are the standard features included with a concession trailer for most State Health Departments?
A: The following is a list of standard items for a concession trailer and food truck NSF approved Hand wash sink NSF approved 3 compartment sink 30 min gallon fresh water holding tank 45 gallon waste water holding tank 6 gallon hot water heater and water pump Cooking operations will require a commercial hood ventilation system with a stainless steel backsplash and Fire suppression system Light colored washable walls and screened windows
Q. How will I know what is the best size for my trailer?
A. Consider how many employees will be working within the space? What kind of food will you serve? How much storage and preparation space you will need? What type of restaurant equipment is needed? How much refrigerator/freezer space is needed?
Q. How do I know what equipment I will need?
A. Your menu and customers will define what equipment you’ll need. This is the starting point to design a kitchen or stand that suit your needs. We can help you to achieve that, with our complete equipment portfolio line.
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