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Mobile Kitchens Canada

Cooking Up a Mobile Kitchen Empire

Mobile Kitchens Canada transformed from a catering company that David Craig began to a mobile culinary solution recognized across North America.

Identifying a gap, with on-site catering on film sets and commercial shoots, David constructed his first mobile kitchen, setting the stage for a business model that would scale to other operations.

The turning point came when Queen’s University required a temporary kitchen during renovations, and rented the mobile unit, affirming the need. This not only demonstrated the potential of mobile kitchens but was a catalyst for growth. The company expanded operations to include a fleet of 42 kitchens, addressing a range of needs, including disaster relief efforts for Hurricane Katrina.

Frontenac Business Services were integral in the company’s success. Their expertise was crucial in navigating grants and financial programs, providing Mobile Kitchens Canada with the necessary resources to enhance production capabilities. This support was vital in overcoming supply chain challenges which hampered the company’s ability to manufacture trailers and axles.

Today, Mobile Kitchens Canada has streamlined their operations, making sure that each solution is as innovative as the business concept David originally envisioned. The company’s approach to business growth and development has supported their success in the North American market.

David emphasizes the importance of carving out a niche in the market, advising new entrepreneurs about the importance of building a reliable network around you for guidance. He highlights the benefits of collaborative relationships with competitors, which can provide mutual benefits and insights. He not only filled a gap but also set 
a new standard within the industry.

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