New Representation & Distribution Deals Announced

Equipex ventless panini press. Photo courtesy of Equipex.
Equipex ventless panini press. Photo courtesy of Equipex.

This week, two U.S. manufacturers announced they had selected new territorial representation for their products.

Equipex announced Ellsworth Marketing/CGA Reps – which is its current representative in MAFSI Territory 12 – as its exclusive sales and marketing representatives in MAFSI region 14 – Western Tennessee, Mississippi & Louisiana.

Equipex is based in Providence, R.I. and manufactures countertop cooking equipment, professional induction cookers/warmers, warming displays and patented countertop ventless hood systems. Ellsworth Marketing/CGA Reps will be representing Equipex in the territory with a sales and support team of experienced industry veterans.

 

Oneida Hospitality Group announced an exclusive sales & distribution agreement with Rabco Foodservice Ltd., a large Canadian distributor.

Oneida glassware.

Andrew Allen, VP of Oneida Hospitality Group, is currently the country manager for Canada and will continue in that role during and after the transition.

“As part of

our strategic plan for growth and to better align ourselves with the right resources for the changing Canadian market, we are excited to partner with Rabco.”  states Bryan O’Rourke, President of Oneida Hospitality Group.

“We are excited about our new partnership with Oneida Hospitality Group and the addition of their brands to the Rabco portfolio. Since acquiring Rabco Foodservice Ltd. in July of 2019, our vision has been to create a company that offers the most comprehensive line of kitchenware and tabletop products to the Canadian Foodservice industry.” Said Brian Wood, president of Rabco Foodservice Ltd.

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