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Self Service

Keeping customers moving while giving them the choice they want can be a hygienic challenge. You need refilling, waste management, and storage to be as seamless as possible. Our range of smart serving products, including the Tork Xpressnap Napkins Dispenser System, is designed to increase efficiency, so your staff can spend more time keeping customers happy, even in rush hour.

Napkins


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Reduce napkin usage by at least 25% compared to traditional napkin dispensers* with our Tork Xpressnap® Napkin Dispensing System. One-at-a-time dispensing cuts napkin waste and improves hygiene. It can also save you storage space and reduce how often you need to refill and reorder. Available in a variety of styles and colors, you can personalize both dispensers and napkins to boost your brand image. 
When a smaller napkin will do, our Tork Xpressnap® Café Napkin Dispensing System has the same great benefits as the Tork Xpressnap® system but at 60% of the size. It's ideal for small tables.
* Compared to traditional napkins dispensers.

Surface cleaning & sanitizing


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For a quick and efficient cleaning and sanitizing of surfaces, our range of Tork Wiping Papers, Tork Cleaning Cloths, and Tork Dispensers can help you save time and effort. Hygiene tasks are quickly done, with the right wiper selected for the task. Our range of cloths and wet wipes also includes color coded cloths to better help avoid cross contamination.

The one-at-a-time dispensers reduce waste and that's good for the environment, and the bottom line.

Michael Clift

Executive Development Chef, Burger Project by Rockpool Group

Neil Perry of the Rockpool Group is a creative chef who has a strong environmental ethic when it comes to the food he sources and the suppliers he chooses. Now, inspired by the success of his Rockpool Bar and Grill Burger, Neil and fellow directors Trish Richards and David Doyle have decided to ‘take the burger to the people’ with their new gourmet ‘Burger Project’ in Sydney.

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