Elevate Foodservice Group Adds Two New Lines

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Elevate Foodservice Group now represents the foodservice equipment manufacturers Norbec and Tucs Equipment. Courtesy of Canva.

Boxford, Mass.-based Elevate Foodservice Group, a manufacturers’ representative agency specializing in foodservice equipment and supplies, has added Norbec and Tucs Equipment to its lineup in MAFSI Region 1.

Located in Montreal, Canada, Norbec manufactures walk-in coolers, freezers and insulated architectural panels. Princeton, Minn.-based Tucs Equipment manufactures equipment including kettles, pump-fill stations, chillers and sous vide cook tanks for large-scale food production applications.

“Bringing on these two new brands is great timing for what we see coming in the foodservice industry. Rising food costs and a difficult labor pool are forcing operators to rethink food production. We can now offer customers options from a small-scale kiosk to a production facility making 10,000-plus meals per day,” says Mitch Marcotte, president of Elevate Foodservice Group, in a press release.

Launched in October 2020, Elevate Foodservice Group represents brands across New England, including Connecticut, Maine, Massachusetts, New Hampshire, Rhode Island and Vermont.



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