If your order rail is overflowing and shuffling paper tickets is slowing you down during service, then the XLR Rail Ticket System is the answer to your ticketing woes.

XLR Rail Ticket System was invented by Australian chef and restaurateur Scott Horton, who has over 30 years in the business.

He was tired of constantly having to manually shift tickets, which slowed him down and took him away from getting meals out quicker. With the XLR Rail Ticket System, you simple hang your ticket once and don’t handle it again until it’s done.

How does it work?

The XLR Rail Ticket System increases line efficiency by eliminating the time-wasting task of re-handling tickets during service. Once you hang a paper ticket on the rail, you won’t need to adjust it again. With a quick swipe of your hand, you can slide all the tickets along the rail and easily reposition the tickets if priorities change.

The individual ticket holders also have a built-in colour coding function that allows you to highlight special items, such as allergies or takeaway orders, to minimise errors.

The rail is extendable to suit any line length and the ticket holders are dishwasher safe for easy cleaning. XLR Rail’s quick install guide allows you to replace your existing marble rail in minutes.

Watch it in action:

The XLR Rail Ticket System is a cost-effective way to speed up kitchen output immediately and is available for purchase at XLRRail.com.

You can catch the XLR Rail team at Fine Food Melbourne on 10-13 September 2018 at Booth B3.