DiCarlo Distributors - Holtsville, NY
DiCarlo Food Service wanted to renovate and expand their Holtsville, NY, food service distribution center by using a company with experience in material handling design, food service distribution, and facility planning. Food Tech was commissioned for the project—among other reasons— because of their expertise designing food inventory management systems.
Food Tech began the project by performing analyses of case movement, inventory levels, and stock keeping unit (SKU) counts. This was followed by other pre-construction services including master site planning, preliminary design, and construction estimating and scheduling to help ensure that the expansion project was as cost-effective and efficient as possible.
Food Tech’s design-build approach provided DiCarlo with considerable cost savings while also helping to ensure that they will be able to meet increased item proliferation and sales volume. While completing the 141,000-square-foot plant, Food Tech delivered the following:
- 53,000-square-foot dry storage and dock expansion
- 6,850-square-foot cooler expansion
- 16,650-square-foot freezer expansion
- 64,500-square-foot miscellaneous facility renovations and resets
DiCarlo Food Service is one of the top 50 food service distributors in the United States. Founded by Vincent DiCarlo Sr. in 1963, the company remains a family owned and operated business serving the mid-Atlantic region.
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About DiCarlo Food Service
Schaumburg, IL –DMA(Distribution Market Advantage, Inc.) is pleased to announce DiCarlo Food Service and Upper Lakes Foods have joined DMA as its two newest distributor members. DMA has now added seven new members to its network in the past eighteen months and will continue to grow its supply chain and distribution capabilities to service multi-unit chain restaurants, hospitality and healthcare foodservice customers. The DMA network now consists of fifteen of the nation’s finest regional, independently owned companies, all focused on the success of the multi-unit operator.
Headquartered on Long Island, DiCarlo Food Service is one of the largest independently owned east coast food distributors, serving restaurants and multi-unit operators for 57 years, from Maine to Northern Virginia. They are known for their breadth of product and fresh food offerings, outstanding customer service, and innovation.
“We are pleased to join our industry leading peers and strengthen DMA’s distribution presence in the northeast,” said CEO John DiCarlo Sr. “As a family owned company, we have huge pride in helping our customers build, rebuild, and win in a tough time for our industry. We know that our care for the customer is a good match for DMA and the independent distributors that make up DMA. We are very excited to service some of the most innovative brands in the restaurant and hospitality industries.”
Headquartered in North-Central Minnesota, Upper Lakes Foods is the largest independent foodservice distributor in Minnesota and Wisconsin. For 53 years, they have grown the business satisfying restaurants and multi-unit customers in the upper Midwest from the Dakota’s to Michigan. They are known for being innovative, and their hallmark is always satisfying the customer.
Sue Ryan, CEO of Upper Lakes Foods commented, “We keep innovating, growing our geography, improving our technology, our product and service capabilities and our team. By aligning with DMA, we hope to carefully accelerate that same work, adding partner-oriented chain restaurants, hospitality and healthcare operators. We are also proud to join distributors who have similar values and humble beginnings. It is great timing for us to partner with DMA in the difficult industry revitalization ahead.”
“We are excited to add two more successful, growing, humble, and customer-focused businesses to the DMA family. They are both multi-regional experts taking care of multi-unit customers. For 32 years, DMA has been a place where great customers come to find great partners for their supply chain needs. As choices for distribution across multiple geographies continue to get more challenging, we continue to add great companies to the DMA family,” commented DMA CEO Pat Mulhern.
“We are always focused on adding physical capacity while helping our multi- unit operators prosper. During these, the toughest of times for our industry, we continue to build with our partners for our partners.”
DiCarlo Food Service, headquartered in Holtsville, Long Island, New York, has been serving our customers proudly since 1963. One of the largest food distributors in the New York metropolitan area and a family-owned business, our philosophy is to provide our customers with the highest quality food at the most competitive pricing.
Distribution center located in: Holtsville, L.I., NY
Headquartered in Cloquet, MN with additional facilities in Northfield, MN and Janesville, WI. We service Minnesota, Wisconsin, North Dakota, South Dakota, Iowa, Illinois, and Michigan’s Upper Peninsula. Upper Lakes Foods started in 1967, a private, family-owned and operated food distributor. We build value for each customer, employee, supplier and community we serve by bringing the best; products, people and ideas. For over 50 years, we have helped thousands of businesses and organizations thrive within the food industry. www.upperlakesfoods.com
Distribution centers located in: Cloquet MN, Northfield MN, and Janesville WI
DMA creates and delivers customized distribution and supply chain solutions for multi-unit operators in the foodservice industry. The company is comprised of fifteen regional foodservice distributors, including: Ben E. Keith Foods, Cash-Wa Distributing, Cheney Brothers, DiCarlo Foodservice, Gordon Food Service, Harbor Foodservice,
HPC Foodservice, Jacmar Foodservice, Martin Bros., Merchants Foodservice, Nicholas & Company, Saladino’s Foodservice, SGC Foodservice, Shamrock Foods Company and Upper Lakes Foodservice.
DiCarlo Distributors, Inc. Employee Reviews
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Refrigerated Delivery Driver (Former Employee) - Long Island, NY - May 13, 2021
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Depending on whether you are working in NY or not is a big difference in whether or not this position is a viable one. Personally I did not. And really it made a big difference with regards to how long my day was. Covid hit this company hard. Initially I worked with a partner in my deliveries and I loved the job. Did it for 2 years. But after Covid, workload increased while they cut staffing to where we went solo. It added alot of hours to my week and we weren't compensated for the change. They wonder why we go over hours of service and if they ever get audited you maybe looking for a new employment. "Empathy," is not management's strong suit. However, with that being said, they are good people and were built from strong family ethics over many years. I'd like to think as the economy gets stronger and we get back to normalcy from the pandemic that DiCarlo will re-emerge to what it once was.
Managers are good people. Home daily.
Hours of service violations based on being solo.
WASHINGTON, D.C. -- A Long Island, New York food distribution company and its president and vice president have pleaded guilty to rigging bids on millions of dollars of produce contracts awarded by the New York City Board of Education (NYCBOE), the Department of Justice announced.
Including today's filing, the Department's investigation of bid rigging, bribery, fraud, and tax-related offenses in the food distribution industry has resulted in the Antitrust Division's New York Field Office charging 28 individuals and 14 food companies with rigging bids for the supply and delivery of food to various public and private customers in the New York metropolitan area.
Vincent DiCarlo of East Islip, New York, the president and a co-owner of DiCarlo Distributors Inc. of Holtsville, New York, pleaded guilty today in U.S. District Court in Manhattan to participating in a scheme to rig bids to supply produce to the NYCBOE. On May 31, 2000, DiCarlo Distributors Inc. and its vice-president and co-owner, John DiCarlo, of Shoreham, New York, were indicted for participating in the same bid-rigging conspiracy. On February 27, 2001, DiCarlo Distributors Inc. and John DiCarlo waived their right to a trial and pleaded guilty to the bid rigging conspiracy.
According to the charges, the conspirators carved up bids to supply and deliver more than $87 million of produce to the NYCBOE between the early 1990s and April 1999. Vincent DiCarlo, John DiCarlo, and DiCarlo Distributors Inc. joined the conspiracy in 1997.
"The conspirators in these and related cases succeeded in eliminating almost all meaningful competition for produce contracts awarded by the Board of Education of the City of New York," said John M. Nannes, Acting Assistant Attorney General in charge of the Department's Antitrust Division. "In addition to the imposition of criminal penalties, including incarceration and heavy fines, the Antitrust Division will seek to have the defendants pay restitution to the victims of their crime."
The conspirators carried out the scheme by agreeing on the school zones that each participating company would win and lose, and also agreeing on the prices or price levels they would bid. The winning bidders paid hundreds of thousands of dollars into a fund that was used to pay competitors not to bid competitively. Vincent and John DiCarlo and DiCarlo Distributors Inc. were among the conspirators that paid a total of more than $100,000 to one conspirator in 1998 in exchange for that conspirator's agreement to let DiCarlo Distributors Inc. be the winning bidder to supply produce to the schools in Manhattan for one six-month period.
Other conspirators who have previously pleaded guilty to participating in the produce conspiracy are Landmark Food Corp. of Holtsville, New York; Nick Penachio Co. Inc. of the Bronx, New York; Baiardi Chain Food Corp. of South Hackensack, New Jersey; Kanowitz Fruit & Produce Inc. of Brooklyn, New York; Clifton Fruit & Produce Inc. of Brooklyn, New York; Gordon Kerner; Nicholas A. Penachio; David Axelrod; Harry Levy; Steven Kanowitz; John Doody; Toby Unger; and Michael Beberman.
The NYCBOE operates New York City's public school system, the largest in the United States. It services a student population of nearly 1.1 million, and serves approximately 640,000 lunches and 150,000 breakfasts every day. The NYCBOE purchases more food than any other single customer in the U.S., other than the Department of Defense. It receives the bulk of its funding from the federal, state, and city governments. Most of the meals it serves are subsidized by the United States Department of Agriculture under the National School Lunch Act of 1946.
In addition to public schools, numerous private and parochial schools receive food under the NYCBOE's contracts through programs that provide free or reduced-price meals to needy students. More than 80 percent of the students fed by the NYCBOE receive free meals. Another 10 percent receive reduced-price meals.
The maximum sentence for Vincent DiCarlo and John DiCarlo for their violation of the Sherman Act, 15 U.S.C. § 1 is three years imprisonment and a $350,000 fine. The maximum fine for DiCarlo Distributors Inc. is $10 million. All of the maximum fines may be increased to twice the gain derived from the crime or twice the loss suffered by the victim of the crime, if either of those amounts is greater than the statutory maximum fine.
In addition, each of the defendants could be ordered to pay restitution to the NYCBOE and any other victim for the full amount of the victim's loss. The charges allege that, at times, certain co-conspirators raised their prices to the NYCBOE by more than 10 percent as a result of the conspiracy.
The ongoing investigation is being conducted by the Antitrust Division, the Federal Bureau of Investigation, and the Internal Revenue Service Criminal Investigation.
Anyone with information concerning bid rigging, bribery, tax offenses, or fraud in the food distribution industry or concerning bid rigging on any government contract should contact the New York Field Office of the Antitrust Division at (212) 264-0679 or the New York Division of the FBI at (212) 384-3252.
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