ESM Ferolie, a broker headquartered in Montvale, N.J. which serves 24 states, announced that it has added Feeney Associates to its family of brokers.
“We are pleased that Feeney Associates is joining the ESM Ferolie family. The continued growth is a great move for our company, clients and customers,” said Antony Ferolie, ESM Ferolie’s chief executive officer. “Within the last year, we have focused on bringing a greater depth of service and coverage across our expanding region. Feeney Associates’ philosophy works hand-in-hand with our own”
Feeney Associates was founded by Edward Feeney, father of the company’s current leader, Pat Feeney. The company began in 1991 in Hackettstown, N.J. Pat Feeney has joined the ESM Ferolie team and will continue to serve his clients in the Northeast and Southeast as a Regional Business Manager.
“We are excited about the new partnership and growth potential that ESM Ferolie brings to our clients,” Pat Feeney said. “I’m excited to be working with such a great team. Between the quality of people, the expanded geographical coverage and the technology that ESM Ferolie offers, we will be able to help all of our clients take their businesses to a new dimension.”
ESM Ferolie was founded in 1948 and is in its third generation of family management. The company is fiercely dedicated to creating value for retailers and manufacturers by developing new solutions that defend against both competitor and marketplace pressures.
With core management heavily invested in all day-to-day activities, ESM Ferolie’s experienced team offers equal representation to all clients — regardless of size or scale.
With 450 employees, and extensive experience and depth of knowledge in frozen/dairy, grocery, meat, deli, seafood, confection, snack, produce, natural, health, beauty and general merchandise, ESM Ferolie provides coverage for all classes of trade and stands apart in its ability to address the unique challenges of inner city, urban retailers and super-regional retailers alike throughout the Northeast and Southeast.