When the Lakewood Matzo bakery opened up they had the Hashgocha of Weisner's KCL & M. B. Klein Satmar Dayan. KCL came up with demands that were only there for the FACADE "it looks good to the naresher velt", nothing at all pertaining to kashrus. It did add to the cost of the bakery. Shortly after the Lakewood Matzo bakery figured out that as far as kashrus is concerned "nobody is home". As far the expense of Facade-looking good to the velt, we don't need it. So the Lakewood Matzo bakery told them to take a hike. Rabbi S. M. Katz took it over.
On the other hand the restaurants, bakeries, take outs, caterers, etc jumped on the bandwagon as that is what they wanted- Kashrus? "no one is home by the KCL". As far as Facade? they can fool the people par excellant. Just what the doctor prescribed.
They love the no consistency policy. In places where even if they employee a full time mashgiach, it would not help-They don't require a full time mashgiach, only goes in to give a shmeck (and get his entitlements). Some establishments the mashgiach should be the ONLY one that has the keys, & the KCL doesn't require a full time mashgiach.
While in other places they would put 2-3 mashgichim when it serves no purpose as far as kashrus, but for the facade "it's a beauty". Just observe the 2-3 mashgichim all shmoozing together and the workers moving food in & out from one floor to the next in & out of the ovens while the masshgichim are oblivious & shmoozing. Weisner's KCL says "We have 3 mashgichim on the job".
As an asides: If you don't know where you are going, any road will take you there.