An acquisition recently took place as Nelson-Jameson announced the acquisition of Sitzman Supply. The acquisition is part of a long-term expansion plan that allows Nelson-Jameson to further develop its strategic relationships and offer additional technical sales coverage in the Eastern region.
“Nelson-Jameson is pleased to welcome Sitzman Supply to the family as a part of our national expansion," Mike Rindy, Nelson-Jameson’s President, stated. "The synergies will allow us to better serve our customers, and the geographic growth demonstrates our commitment to the Eastern region. This expansion strengthens Nelson-Jameson's position as an industry leader that delivers supplies quickly, offers technical expertise, and adds additional value for our customers.”
According to the release, Nelson-Jameson has been a trusted source of food processing supplies to the food and beverage industry for more than 75 years. The company’s Marshfield, Wisconsin, headquarters is an innovation center with over 100 specialists ready to support customers with extensive industry knowledge, plant experience, and technical, safety, and regulatory expertise.
As a one-stop shop with over 60,000 hand-picked, quality-tested products, Nelson-Jameson consists of five distribution centers, totaling five million cubic feet, and an in-house fleet of trucks to efficiently deliver supplies and professional services to customers nationwide
Sitzman Supply was established in 2003 as a privately-owned company and a wholesale provider of hoses, pumps, valves, and other process systems products. The company aligns closely with Nelson-Jameson’s “Golden Rule” values. Both teams are keen on collaborating to leverage core competencies and exceed customer expectations.
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