The Art of Display…
For over 25 years we have been manufacturing state of the art display cases, and creating success stories with large and small businesses in America and around the entire globe.
Oscartek™ is a line of showcases that is made in Italy relying on a state of the art technologically advanced plant near Perugia and conforming to the strictest ISO9001 standard.
Artisan workers produce top quality showcases that conforms to ETL safety and sanitation standards for the North American Market. Oscartek™ not only supplies the U.S, Canada and Mexico, it exports world wide as well mainly to Asia and the Middle East.
Oscartek™ brand has developed a nationwide service network with trained technicians to be there when the customer need them. With local proprietary parts inventory, the response time is practically immediate.
Food Service Showcases
Our area of expertise is mainly in the display or showcases for the food service industry; be it the Gelato, Ice Cream dipping cabinets, Deli merchandising cold and hot, Pastry or confectionary cases, humidity controlled Chocolate cases , High end Wine displays and open air screen cold cases.
At Oscartek™ we have a complementary modular Counter system to the display cases; On the front of the house and in the back. The ETL approved back counters are made with high polished stainless steel and cove based to meet the stringent requirements. On the front end, numerous designs are realized by artistic cabinet makers and mill workers to create an astounding impact and guaranteeing full integration with your choice of display cases, creating a successful destination shop.
A letter from the CEO
Dear friends, colleagues and new visitors to our site,
It is a pleasure to announce the creation of a new line of products called Oscartek. Many of you had known me to be the founder of Oscartielle Inc, well I promise that you will not be disappointed.
Oscartek is a new line of Approved showcases that is the fruit of over 25 years of being in the market here and abroad, listening, feeling and paying attention to your requests and to the intricate balance of form and function while satisfying the designer and architect’s community...
Yes, square cases are in now, but you can’t shake the display industry tradition that easy, some still prefer the curved cases, and it is presumptuous to claim that one or the other is better or worse. Lots of us like to drive classic cars in lieu of a new Ferrari, some of us like both, I for one!
Please browse through and tell us what you think.
Rabih Ballout, CEO