Welbilt is a provider of foodservice equipment and systems. The Company designs, manufactures and supplies food and beverage equipment for the global commercial foodservice market including refrigerators and freezers, ovens, pans, steamers, kettles, cafeteria and buffet equipment stations, ice machines, and much more. In addition, the Welbilt provides comprehensive aftermarket parts and service solutions as well as a wide variety of solutions under the KitchenCare brand name. 

Type
Public
HQ
New Port Richey, US
Founded
1995
Size (employees)
5,500 (est)
Welbilt was founded in 1995 and is headquartered in New Port Richey, US
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Welbilt Office Locations

Welbilt has offices in Barcelona, Vaughan, Fort Wayne, Singapore and in 15 other locations
New Port Richey, US (HQ)
2227 Welbilt Blvd
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Welbilt Financials and Metrics

Welbilt Financials

Welbilt's revenue was reported to be $378.70 m in FY, 2016
USD

Revenue (FY, 2016)

378.7 m

Net income (FY, 2016)

79.5 m

Market capitalization (21-May-2018)

2.7 b

Closing share price (21-May-2018)

19.6
Welbilt's current market capitalization is $2.7 b.
USDFY, 2016

Revenue

378.7 m

Net Income

79.5 m
Annual
USDFY, 2016

Cash

53.8 m

Accounts Receivable

3.9 m

Current Assets

308.2 m

Goodwill

845.3 m
Quarterly
USDQ1, 2018

Current Liabilities

278 m
Annual
USDFY, 2016

Net Income

79.5 m

Depreciation and Amortization

17.3 m

Inventories

(3.6 m)

Accounts Payable

(11.1 m)
Quarterly
USDQ1, 2018

Inventories

(23 m)
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Welbilt News and Updates

Delivery startup Zume makes its oven-equipped vans available to other food companies

Zume, the company whose delivery vans use hyper-efficient ovens to make your pizza as it is delivering it to you, is jumping on the trend for healthy and fresh fast food. The company is announcing a partnership with food service appliance maker Welbilt today to deliver Zume Pizza in a new generation…

This robot pizza company's delivery trucks can now bake 120 pizzas per hour

The robots are hungry for more pizza. Zume Pizza, the Silicon Valley startup that uses robots (with some human assistance) to assemble pizzas ordered via its app, is now delivering even more pies — cooked while en route to customers. SEE ALSO: Little Caesars patents a pizza-making robot Using the …
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