TriMark USA introduced Stacey Taylor as chief supply chain officer. The Mansfield, Mass.-based foodservice equipment and supplies dealer also announced a series of leadership changes to its United East division.
As part of a planned leadership succession initiative, Oswalt Restaurant Supply has promoted Huff Harper to serve as president of the Oklahoma-based foodservice equipment and supplies dealer.
Lorida Dehara was promoted to general manager of San Quirino, Italy-based Klarco, a T&S Brass company. Prior to accepting this role as general manager, Dehara served as chief financial officer, sales manager and human resources manager for Klarco.
Rep groups Chrane Foodservice Solutions, Culinary Equipment Group, ECHO Foodservice Marketing, Elevate Foodservice Group and Limelight Hospitality add new manufacturers to their line cards, while PCH Solutions introduces a new member of its customer service group.
Capriotti's Sandwich Shop has acquired Wing Zone, a fast-casual chicken wing concept with 31 locations in North America and 36 abroad. The deal will create a company that will close 2020 with more than $100 million in sales system wide, per a release announcing the acquisition. Both Capriotti’s and Wing Zone are franchise-based concepts.
RealFood has acquired Foodservice Design Associates, a design consulting firm. The deal will create a company that pair’s RealFood’s hospitality design and operational advisory services with FDA’s architectural and engineering services. Terms of the deal were not disclosed.
As part of a newly created position, Channel Manufacturing has expanded the role of company veteran John Ebenroth, who now assumes responsibility for the day to day operation for the manufacturer of food storage materials and equipment.
Frank Vollkommer was appointed director of culinary industry development for Auguste Escoffier School of Culinary Arts, an accredited provider of online and campus-based culinary training and education.
In a deal that combines two Texas-based independent manufacturers’ rep firms, Miller & Associates has acquired E-Source. The company will now go to market as E-Source Miller.