B+S Commercial Kitchens is an Australian family owned business
It began manufacturing commercial cooking appliances in 1956. B+S has over time designed and developed a product range which consists of over 100 standard units. Standardised products are however the exception, as most units can be modified, or even whole new specifications met for a particular kitchen.
During the late 1970’s B+S recognised the impact of Asian cuisine on the Australian Food Service Industry and began manufacturing ranges to meet this demand. Since then B+S has established an excellent reputation in all F&B market sectors, manufacturing a wide range of cooking appliances.
B+S’ wealth of experience has enabled the business to grow and develop an international profile, serving the Australian market and supplying its ranges to a large number of clients. WithinAustralia B+S has supplied equipment to establishments such as Crown and Star City Casinos, Plenus Group, Pancake Parlour, Bosch, Din Tai Fung and Tim Ho Wan to name a few. Beyond Australia B+S has supplied their ranges to various countries including UAE, New Zealand, Saudi Arabia, Indonesia and Fiji. This is a result of the recognition of consultants and end users acknowledging that B+S manufacture units that are durable, reliable and of excellent quality.
With customer feedback being a priority in our product improvement, B+S in recent times has implemented its innovation program which has enabled it to diversify its product offering in order to accommodate the varying needs of differing market sectors. The newly introduced K+ series offers exceptional value for thequality and reliable performance. B+S Black range has been our benchmark brand for many years, still delivering exceptional quality that has built B+S’ excellent reputation for 60 years. Our new Verro fusion range is inspired by Australia’s cultural and food diversity. It’s the first of its type in the Australian market place where Asian and European lines have been integrated to offer a comprehensive premium range with a point of difference.