Vollrath Company Acquires Carlson Products

The Vollrath Company, LLC, announced the acquisition of Carlson Products based in Maize, Kansas. With over 60 years of experience operating in the foodservice marketplace, expertise in anodized aluminum, and state-of-the-art equipment, Carlson Products expands the manufacturing capabilities and capacity for both the Vollrath Foodservice division and Vollrath Manufacturing Services division of Vollrath Company.

“The addition of Carlson Products manufacturing processes will allow Vollrath to broaden the range of products and services we can offer our customers,” says Paul Bartelt, president and CEO of Vollrath Company. “It’s a natural fit to grow and expand our business. We welcome Carlson Products into the Vollrath family and look forward to leveraging our combined operations and resources to strengthen our commitment to our customers around the world.”

Carlson Products has a long-standing reputation for designing and manufacturing industry-leading bakeware products such as pizza pans, stacking pans, sheet pans, grill pans and panini pans. They also specialize in design and manufacture of standard and custom components for a variety of industries including lawn and garden, automotive and commercial foodservice.

The incorporation of Carlson Products will take place over the upcoming months. During the interim period, customers will receive continued support and the same quality product that they have come to expect from both Vollrath and Carlson Products. The Carlson Products facility will stay operational, which makes it the 10th manufacturing facility for Vollrath Company and 8th in the U.S. 

“The joining of Carlson Products with Vollrath Company will provide major benefits to our existing and future customers. Vollrath brings a level of global presence, knowledge, support and expertise that will complement and enhance our core offerings,” says Austin Peterson, president of Carlson Products.

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