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California restaurant service company is moving its headqua…

California restaurant service company is moving its headqua…


A California-based food service company is moving its headquarters to Frisco.

Quality Custom Distribution is relocating to the Hall Park office complex on the Dallas North Tollway and Gaylord Parkway.

The Irvine, Calif. Company has rented 10,784 square feet in the 2801 Network building in Hall Park.

The company – which is a supplier to restaurant chains including Chick-fil-A, Chipotle and Starbucks – said it will consolidate finance, accounting, customer service and purchasing operations in the new office.

“This change to more centralized functions will help us better align our corporate resources with our business and provide enhanced support to our distribution centers and to our customers,” Ryan Hammer, Quality Custom Distribution corporate vice president, said in a statement. “This centralization will enable us to continue to grow our distribution business and solidify our position as a dominant player in the food industry.

“We are looking forward to expanding within the Dallas area, which we chose due to its central location, large talent pool, and excellent business community overall.”

The company plans to relocate some people from California but will also hire local workers for the new office.

The headquarters is set to open in January.

Quality Custom Distribution already operates distribution centers in the Dallas area and San Antonio. And the firm has a manufacturing facility in Burleson.

Quality Custom Distribution Services was started in 2006 and is a subsidiary of Golden State Foods Corp., which is also based in Irvine.

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