Strategic Expansion Offers Best-In-Class Solutions
For Food Processors Nationwide
Pictured left to right: Mike Rindy, President; Dawn Sitzman; Brett Sitzman, Senior Advisor – Process Products; Adam Nelson, Chairman of The Board.
Marshfield, WI, April 17, 2023 – Nelson-Jameson, Inc., a leading distributor in the food processing industry, announced the acquisition of Sitzman Supply, LLC, a wholesale provider of process systems products located in Alden, New York. 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.
Mike Rindy, Nelson-Jameson’s President, stated, “Nelson-Jameson is pleased to welcome Sitzman Supply to the family as a part of our national expansion. 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.”
For more than 75 years, Nelson-Jameson, Inc. has been a trusted source of food processing supplies to the food and beverage industry. The Marshfield, Wisconsin headquarters is an innovation center with 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, LLC, was established in 2003 as a privately-owned company and a wholesale provider of hoses, pumps, valves, and other process systems products. The company is known for its honesty and integrity in supplier and customer relationships, aligning closely with Nelson-Jameson’s “Golden Rule” values. Both teams are keen on collaborating to leverage core competencies and exceed customer expectations.