Distex M & M Inc

Distex M & M Inc

Distex M & M Inc

 
Address: 6355 Danville Road, Unit #8,
Mississauga, ON, L5T 2L4, Canada
Phone: 1-888-645-7324
Fax: (905) 565-5992
Distex M&M Inc, Distributor’s of Quality Foodservice Equipment in the province of Quebec for over 8 years. The principles of the Company Michel Turcotte and Michel Prevost along with the sales department have a combined experience of over 100 years of Foodservice Sales Experience representing Ice Machine, Refrigeration Equipment, Bakery Equipment and Cooking Equipment in Quebec, Ontario and Maritimes.

In February of 2000, Distex M&M Inc opened an office in Mississauga complete with Sales, Parts and a Technical Service Department. Our Technical Service Advisor comes with over 25 years Ice Machine and Refrigeration Experience with the knowledge to diagnose service inquiries in house. In addition SP Sales joined Distex as an Agent, servicing Foodservice Dealers in Western Ontario.

Both Montreal and Mississauga Offices operate a Test Kitchen, where you can experience the quality and reliability of the different manufactures equipment we represent. With a Fully Stocked warehouse in Montreal, Distex provides prompt product and delivery service for our clients.

Distex M&M Inc combined Sales, Parts and Technical Service expertise ensures quality Customer Focus for the Food Service Industry In Eastern Canada.

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