Member Spotlight

With headquarters in Japan, Fuji Electric began developing power electronics equipment in 1923, and has been in the foodservice equipment and vending machine business for over 40 years—with machines all over the world.

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Wasatch Co. started in 1978 by supplying bar towels and other textile products to the industrial laundry industry which supplies to foodservice clients.

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About seven years ago when our founder and owner, Yuda Zafir, was working for a New York area dealer, he saw a need in the New York market for quality, affordable stainless-steel work tables and sinks.

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Detroit Radiant Products was established in 1955 and is in its third generation as a family-owned business. Since 1955, we have introduced nearly 40 different series of infrared heaters, with a continued development and production of innovative energy efficient heating appliances

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We started in 2006 in Europe. In 2015, we officially crossed the pond and came to the United States under the name Wilmax USA. We design, develop and manufacture everything we sell, from serving dishes and glassware to so much more.

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For over 35 years, Cleveland-based Direct Recruiters Incorporated (DRI) has helped organizations in North America hire talent for positions in the foodservice E&S industry.

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Using our wedding money, we started out as a fabric converter in 1987. Throughout the last 30 years, we have grown exponentially and successfully transitioned to one of the largest stockers of aprons and chef apparel in the United States.

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National Metalwares Furniture has supplied quality barstools, chairs and tables to the restaurant and hospitality industry since 2003. Formerly named The Inn Crowd, we began as a subsidiary of our parent company, National Metalwares.

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Founded by bartender Naoki Sonoda, the inspiration for the Omni-Rinse was very simple – the desire for more efficiency. What slowed Naoki down behind the bar more than anything was the lack of a consistent method of rinsing his beverage-making tools.

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