Imperial Dade acquires Harbour Food Service Equipment, expanding product offering in Northeast

Imperial Dade has acquired Massachusetts-based Harbour Food Service Equipment, according to a Thursday announcement. The transaction represents the 83rd acquisition for Jersey City-based Imperial Dade under the leadership of Robert and Jason Tillis, chairman and CEO of Imperial Dade, respectively.

Financial terms of the private transaction were not disclosed.

Harbour has developed into a widely recognized equipment and supply dealer for independent restaurants, local chains and a variety of corporate, educational and government institutions. Owned and operated by the Kalick family, the company remains committed to providing their customers and employees with the highest level of attention.

“I enthusiastically welcome the entire Harbour family to the Imperial Dade platform. Imperial Dade is honored to carry forward the Harbour legacy into this next chapter of growth,” Robert Tillis said.

“This acquisition and partnership reinforces our focus to bolster our product offering and expertise to our customers. Harbour and Imperial Dade have shared values, and we are excited to roll out the full product suite to customers across the Northeast,” Jason Tillis said.

“On behalf of Harbour Food Service Equipment, we are thrilled to be part of Imperial Dade. Imperial Dade shares the same relentless focus on delivering the best service and product offering to the customer. The resources and strategic support will enable us to continue our growth trajectory and strengthen customer relationships,” Kelly Kalick, president of Harbour Food Service Equipment, said.