USA: Toppers Brick Oven Pizza, Inc. Announces New Office Location
"We have been successful in streamlining our logistics to the extent that we no longer require full warehousing facilities. All of our product is now shipped directly from our manufacturer to our distributors. This eliminates the need for warehousing facilities to break down shipments and storage. Besides reducing our cost of shipping we have also been able to reduce overhead by moving to a non-warehouse office facility," said Paul Esposito, President. "All of Toppers resources are now focused on sales and marketing, having eliminated all in-house product handling," Esposito continued.
Toppers offers a Pizza Program utilizing a patented compact brick oven and prepared frozen pizza. The pizza bakes in two-and-one-half minutes in an oven which operates on standard 110 v. Toppers products are available through food distributors.
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