With circa 45,800 hotels in the UK and Ireland, many focus on KPI’s such as their occupancy rate; average daily rate (ADR) or average room rate (ARR) or their food and beverage (F&B) revenue.
Similarly, arenas and sporting venues, as well as amusement parks also rely heavily on guest attendance and the revenues generated from them.
In all scenarios, the hospitality and leisure sectors can make significant savings on their outgoings or costs, relating to the operating of their hotels or sites. But that’s fine, because SMI’s product range has got it all covered.
Our unique thermal insulation material Tempro™ can cut energy loss by between 25% - 60%, dependant on product/environment. And we now enrich our strip curtains, door and thermal windows with Bio-Gard™, a trademarked compound which has been chemically proven to kill 99.99% of all known bacteria.
Over the course of 10 years, it has been tested under many conditions to ensure that it complies to a host of world standards. We’ve seen a significant rise in demand from the food sector for thermal insulation barriers and protection, portable cold rooms and Temperature Control Zone (TCZ) curtains.
In fact, one major global hotel chain spent time testing SMI’s Cold-Stop Curtains against their existing PVC clear strip curtains and approved SMI as their supplier of choice, to support them in making significant energy savings and cutting their costs.
From airports to ships, beer cellars to portable catering units, SMI systems help keep all manner of products at their optimum temperature.