CLEVELAND EXPANDS TO ACCOMMODATE MARKET GROWTH
CLEVELAND, Ohio. July 27, 2007To keep pace with the explosive growth of combination-oven/steamers in foodservice, Cleveland Range, one of the world’s largest producers of steam-cooking equipment, is expanding production capacity and its state-of-the-art Culinary Demonstration/Test Center at its headquarters and main production facility in Cleveland. The new initiatives will add more than 40,000 square feet of space by November 2007. The expansion announcement comes as Cleveland Range completes its second full year in production of the Convotherm® by Cleveland Combi-Oven/Steamer at the Ohio facility.
“We are expanding our facility to handle immediate capacity needs created by the success of our Convotherm by Cleveland®
Cleveland Range, LLC, an Enodis company, was founded in 1922 and is a leading manufacturer of commercial steam-cooking equipment. It offers complete lines of convection and pressure steamers, steam-jacketed kettles, tilting skillets/braising pans, combination steam and convection (“combi”) ovens, rotisseries and cook-chill systems. For more information, visit www.clevelandrange.com or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Enodis plc (www.enodis.com) is a worldwide company focused on the design, manufacture, and supply of food equipment. Through its two operating groups, Global Food Service Equipment and Food Retail Equipment, it has 28 factories in 8 countries and a large portfolio of premium brands, including Delfield, Scotsman, Frymaster, Lincoln, Cleveland, Garland, US Range, ICE-O-Matic, Jackson, Merco, Savory, Dean, Varimixer, and Merrychef in foodservice, and Kysor/Warren and Kysor Panel Systems in food retail equipment. combi-ovens,” said Rick Cutler, president of Cleveland Range. “It also allows us to accommodate the dramatic forecasted growth in the North American combi-oven/steamer market in the years ahead. This expansion, along with the investments we are making to upgrade our customer culinary support center, puts us in the strongest possible position for meeting and exceeding those needs.”