GBS announces exclusive distribution agreement with AccuTemp

OAKVILLE, ON: April 2021: GBS FOODSERVICE EQUIPMENT INC. is pleased to announce our exclusive distribution agreement for the Canadian market with AccuTemp. The agreement, which has recently been approved by both GBS and AccuTemp is the start of a successful joint-venture that will provide Canadian retail grocery and foodservice professionals with access to the worlds global leader in steam technology. AccuTemp is the gold standard for innovative cooking solutions. Offering unmatched efficiency, undeniable quality and unbeatable service. Headquartered out of New Haven Indiana, AccuTemp specializes in the development, production and distribution of state-of-the-art steamers, griddles, tilt-skillets and kettles. The addition of AccuTemp to GBS Foodservice Equipment’s “family of
brands” will ensure that Canadian restauranteurs, grocers, educational and healthcare institutions, caterers, and other industry professionals have access to the highest quality product with the best aftersales support and service. Every AccuTemp product that is sold comes with the industry’s only Lifetime Service & Support Guarantee. For any additional information about AccuTemp, please contact GBS Foodservice Equipment at (888) 402-1242, or visit our website at

GBS Foodservice Equipment, based in Oakville, is a nationwide distributor of the highest quality foodservice and hospitality equipment. Operating since 1974, GBS now offers fifteen manufacturing lines of equipment into the industry including combi ovens, fryers, heated cabinets, blast chillers,
refrigeration, juicers, ice, cooking suites, and several lines of speciality products. GBS supports all of its sales activities with cross-country service and 24/7 support.

Best Regards,
GBS Foodservice Equipment Inc.,
Granett H. Douglas
Vice President, Foodservice


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