McCormack Equipment


McCormack Distributing Company is committed to supplying the world's best foodservice equipment, customer support and value-added services in the industry. We have a history of providing complete foodservice equipment packages and programs to customers since 1955. We supply a complete line of reliable foodservice equipment and merchandising programs that produce profitable products. When you purchase a machine from McCormack Distributing you are gaining more than just a quality piece of equipment; you are gaining a promise of reliability and a source of guidance.  We are a specialty foodservice equipment distributor for Taylor, Broaster® Company, Flavor Burst, Smokaroma and Hoshizaki. Our comprehensive parts and service network has enabled us to provide continuous support to the equipment we sell long after installation. Customer support, technical service, and parts availability are critical components that will impact the profitability of our equipment in your business. Customer service and after-sales support is the foundation of our business and fundamental to everyone's success.


McCormack Distributing stands behind every product we sell.
We offer our personal guarantee because we carry only the highest
quality products on the market.


While we take great pride in Taylor's 70-year heritage as a pioneer in their specialized field and as a leader in new technology, we recognize the need for pre-owned equipment in the marketplace. Our intent going into this area of sales is to take the same approach as with new machines shipped from Taylor's state-of-the-art factory production line -- to install only the finest quality equipment available.


Specially selected equipment from our used equipment inventory has gone through a rigorous thirty-six point diagnostic checklist. Once completed, this equipment becomes a Taylor "certified pre-owned" piece of equipment. This equipment carries a one-year guarantee.



1755 24th St Sw  PO Box 807  LeMars, IA 51031  tf 800.383.5678  em
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