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Heritage Foodservice Hires Manitowoc Vet Lomax For Chain Business Segment

Rodney Lomax has joined Heritage Foodservice Group as Business Development Manager-Chain Group Segment. Lomax will be responsible for organizing, directing and interacting with existing and prospective customers to help grow the Heritage Parts retail chain segment business, and support developing strategic and tactical programs that increase the company’s market and brand presence within the U.S. market.

“Rodney has a great connection with customers and is a strong addition to the Heritage Team,” said Heritage Business Development Director Chuck Maddox.  “He will help drive traffic to our customer service call center and e-commerce site to increase our market share and improve our top-line sales volume and profitability for our chain segment.”

Lomax comes to the Fort Wayne, Ind., company after serving as director for Manitowoc Foodservice-Walk-In Division.  He had been with Manitowoc Foodservice in different capacities since 2008 serving business partners, customers and strategic accounts to develop, promote and grow aftermarket products, sales and services.  Prior to entering the foodservice industry, Lomax was a senior quality engineer for Fisher & Co.

Founded in 1987, Heritage Foodservice Group is North America’s leading provider of genuine OEM replacement parts and authorized aftermarket service for commercial and institutional kitchen equipment. 


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