Caronna Commercial Kitchens, LLC

Business Address: 601 South Morris Street
Oxford, MD 21654
Talbot County

Business Contact: Mr. Michael Caronna
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Veteran Owned Business | Marines, Separated | Member since January 9th, 2013

Caronna Commercial Kitchens, LLC are manufacturer's representatives for commercial foodservice kitchen equipment including the following equipment categories: Refrigeration, Walk-In Coolers & Freezers, Custom Commercial Exhaust, Commercial Mixers & Slicers, Ozone Disinfection Systems, Combi-Ovens, Convection Ovens, Custom Wine Racks, Patient Delivery Carts, Trau Make-Up Carts, Commercial Ware washing, etc.

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“The Army instilled three traits into my personality. Discipline, honor, and initiative. Discipline helps me to run my business effectively and efficiently. Honor allows me to maintain a solid client base because I strive to "do the right thing" at all times, even if it means losing money on a job. Initiative gives me the desire to constantly improve processes, keep up with new technologies, and take advantage of opportunities to provide new and improved services to my clients.”

David Sazama
eFusion Systems

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