Why choose Nelson-Jameson as your supply source?
Because Nelson-Jameson can improve your plant efficiencies and your bottomline. How?
- We are a single-source food, dairy or beverage plant supplier, with a diverse product line including:
- Our comprehensive product offerings result in lower transaction costs and improved business efficiencies. Because we represent over 750 manufacturers, you only have one vendor to deal with — us.
- Our expert staff helps you choose the products that fit your unique food, dairy or beverage plant needs, raising your productivity and lowering your costs.
- Our technical expertise, fast service and get-it-right-the-first-time attitude help boost your purchasing productivity.
Most distributors simply provide products — Nelson-Jameson provides solutions. Our comprehensive product offerings result in lower transaction costs and improved business efficiencies. Because we represent over 750 manufacturers, you now only have one vendor to deal with. And we back up our products with expert staff who can provide you with the direction you need when choosing safe, quality products for your food, dairy or beverage plant.
Redefine how you work — with streamlined singular distribution, service and expertise.
In 1947, Earl Nelson, his father Ted, Herb Jameson and Bob Dougherty founded Nelson-Jameson as a dairy equipment and supply business in Toluca, Illinois. Their goal was to serve as a comprehensive resource for dairy plants, but they soon discovered that their Illinois location wasn’t appropriate. So Ted and Herb studied dairy production maps and relocated the business to Marshfield, Wisconsin — the heart of dairy production. Shortly after, Jameson left Nelson-Jameson to pursue other business options, leaving the company in the hands of Earl and Ted Nelson.
Nelson-Jameson is now run by the third and fourth generation of the Nelson family, and has added facilities in California, Idaho, Pennsylvania, and Texas to meet the needs of its markets. Over the years, Nelson-Jameson has expanded its product offerings to meet the needs of food, dairy and beverage plants — becoming the supplier of choice in all 50 states, as well as many foreign countries.