Heritage Foodservice Group realigned the leadership team of its Canadian operations to create two business units: Heritage Parts Canada and Heritage Service Group Canada.
As part of these moves, Rick Blum was named president of Heritage Parts Canada and Ken Beasley was named president of Heritage Service Group. Blum leads a team focused exclusively on furthering the parts business as a single commercial unit leveraging the company’s distribution and customer service footprint across the country.
Heritage Service Canada will continue to run under the legacy brands of R.G. Henderson, Choquette CKS and Key Food at the local level but each service brand links through management structure and backend ERP to operate nationally as one company.
Jonathan Dubeau, president of Choquette CKS, will continue in his role and will work with Beasley to align the Quebec market with the national efforts. Doug Scott is vice president of operations for Key Food Equipment. Ron Boyce will continue in his role as vice president of R.G. Henderson and Charlie Rodriguez serves as vice president of U.S. service operations. They will all report to Beasley.