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  • tablefishdollarsign tablefishdollarsign Jan 29, 2013 1:50 PM Flag

    Technologically Advanced Kitchen Sink.

    At what point do we need to quit selling parts of the whole to pay off debt? Does anyone have any numbers specifically on the value of the warewashing? Was this a good move or a bad one?

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    • Fish-
      Good move in my opinion (I work in MTW Foodservice) They were not a big player in the market and seemed to always have some quality issues, real or imagined, this was the opinion in the industry.
      I wish your crane goobs would pick it up though, we're getting very tired of carrying them along at the expense of foodservice. I have a higher opinion of Jackson Dish machines than a crane company that doesn't sell #$%$. :)
      Especially some retired old farts that judge how MTW is doing based on the parking lot up in
      Wisss -con-sun.
      Please tell Tellock to sell the rest of foodservice off to Hoshizaku, at least they have a clue, and are known as the premier ice machine producer in the industry. (unlike MTW Ice)
      Seems like nothing in Wiz-con-sun is worth a #$%$ anyway, except the cheese.

      • 1 Reply to slicer_go88
      • "Slicer"
        Come on now Wis-con-SUN( lack of today) has more then just cheese,,we have Johnsonville brats, Harley's, Mercury outboard motors, Miller beer,Klennex, Depends-(which you may be using in the future) too. ( you knotice I didn't mention having the Brewers or Bucks- you can have them)
        Manitowoc was making refrigeration equipment long before Hoshizaku was even in business, so to say they have no knowledge of that part of the business is B.S.
        Just curious, how many deep friers,ice machines does MTW have to sell to make the same amount of profit by selling one(1) crane?

 
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