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Top sandwich companies in quick service

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Best Sandwich brands in US; these brands are in quick service segment

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Top sandwich companies in quick service

  1. 1. Top Sandwich Companies in Quick Service Segment
  2. 2. The world’s largest restaurant chain by units, offering better-for-you sandwiches and salads
  3. 3. Ownership Parent Company Primary Distributor Produce Distributor POS Provider Head Office Rank Average Check Segment Cuisine Type Private Doctor Associates Inc. Sysco Sysco Scoresby Interactive Milford,CT 3 $7.56 Quick Service Sandwich Industry Overview
  4. 4. Concept Characteristics and Business Strategy  Freestanding, inline, kiosk, nontraditional sites  300-2,000 square feet  Carryout accounts for majority of sales  All units owned and operated by franchisees  Sub-style sandwiches for all dayparts  Based on customization model  Any sandwich can be a salad  Offers low-fat subs
  5. 5. Key Events 2010 - Launched Breakfast Nationally : Subway’s breakfast program went national in 2010 2008 - Subway Cafe Debuts : In 2008, the Subway Cafe concept debuted 1984 - First International Location - Bahrain:The first international location launched in 1984 in Bahrain 1977 - Introduced 6-inch Sub : In 1977, Subway introduced the six-inch sub, then known as the Snak sub, as a sandwich option 1974 - First Franchise Sold :The first franchise was sold in 1974 1965 - Founded - Bridgeport, CT: Fred DeLuca and Dr. Peter Buck launch Subway in Bridgeport, CT
  6. 6. System Characteristics
  7. 7. Specializing in slow-roasted, freshly sliced roast beef sandwiches
  8. 8. Industry Overview Ownership Parent Company Primary Distributor Produce Distributor POS Provider Head Office Rank Average Check Segment Cuisine Type Private Roark Capital Group McLane McLane Aloha POS Atlanta, Georgia 22 $8.50 Quick Service Sandwich
  9. 9.  2,500-3,000 square feet  Seat 75-100 patrons  Freestanding, inline,  In shopping malls and strip sites  Roast beef, roast turkey, chicken sandwiches  Bistro-style sandwiches, wraps, salads  Snack-sized sandwiches  Seasoned curly fries Concept Characteristics and Business Strategy
  10. 10. 2012 - Rebranding : Arby’s announced plans to launch a new logo, restaurant design and menu 2011 - Acquisition :The company sold the majority of Arby's to Roark Capital Group. 2008 - Triarc Acquired Wendy's :Triarc Companies Inc. acquired Wendy’s International Inc. and formed Wendy's/Arby's Group Inc. 2005 - RTM Acquired Triarc : In 2005,Triarc acquired RTM Restaurant Group for $175 million and formed Arby’s Restaurant Group Inc. 1997 - Sold : In 1997,Triarc announced the sale of its 355 company-owned Arby’s stores to RTM Inc., its largest franchisee, for some $71 million 1993 - Triarc Companies Inc. Formed : In 1993, a controlling interest in DWG Corp. was sold, and the corporate name was changed to Triarc Companies Inc. 1981 - First International Unit - Japan 1980 - Opened Its 1,000th Site 1976 - Acquired by DWG Corp. 1974 - Went Public 1965 - Franchising Began 1964 - Founded - Boardman, OH: Leroy and Forrest Raffel founded Arby’s in Boardman, OH, in 1964 Key Events
  11. 11. System Characteristics
  12. 12. Specializing in made-to-order toasted subs, soups and salads
  13. 13. Ownership Parent Company Primary Distributor Produce Distributor POS Provider Head Office Rank Average Check Segment Cuisine Type Private Quiznos Mile Hi Foods Mile Hi Foods TransX Denver, Colorado 85 $8.64 Quick Service Sandwich Industry Overview
  14. 14.  Freestanding, inline, shopping-center endcaps  1,000-1,800 square feet  Quiznos Express average 500 square feet  Signature pepper bar  Grilled sub-style sandwiches  Salad, wraps for healthy choices  Breakfast served at c-store locations  Chili, soups available Concept Characteristics and Business Strategy
  15. 15. Key Events 2014 - Bankruptcy Filing : Quiznos filed for bankruptcy 2010 - Breakfast at C-stores :The sandwich chain initiated a major push into convenience stores across the country and launched a breakfast program exclusive to such sites in order to bolster convenience store sales and business 2006 - JP Morgan Chase : Chain entered into an agreement with JPMorgan Chase & Co. for JPMorgan Partners to assume partial ownership of the chain 2001 - Management-Led Buyout 1991 - Bought by Franchisee : Franchisee Richard Schaden and his father Dick purchased the chain 1981 - Founded - Denver: Boyd Bartlett and Todd Disner founded Quiznos in 1981 in Denver
  16. 16. System Characteristics
  17. 17. AMIT KUMAR DAS Program Manager, Capgemini E-mail : amit.b.das@capgemini.com SOURCES: www.qsrweb.com www.technomic.com www.subway.com www.arbys.com www.quiznos.com

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