ITW Food Equipment Group

About ITW Food Equipment Group

As part of Illinois Tool Works, a fortune 200 company, we are a leading supplier of equipment and systems for the foodservice and food retail industries with more than 2 billion dollars in sales and over 200 locations worldwide. We have been in business for over 100 years, and we are known for our dependability, reliability and quality.

ITW Food Equipment Group North America is one of ITW's market segments, and includes the following brand names: Baxter, Berkel, Hobart, Hobart Service, Gaylord, Kairak, Peerless, Somat, Stero, Traulsen, Vulcan and Wolf. ITW's differentiated business model empowers each company to target and serve their markets effectively.

Foodservice encompasses restaurants, large and small, independents and chains; institutions including hospitals, correctional facilities, schools, college and universities; business and industry feeders.

Food Retail encompasses supermarkets, both independents and chains; convenience stores; bakeries; and specialty stores such as bagel shops.

We offer competitive compensation and benefits, and we support employees' desires for continuous improvement through training, educational assistance, performance reviews and awards for extraordinary commitment.

Since its founding more than 100 years ago, ITW has grown into a Fortune 200 company and one of the world's leading diversified manufacturers of specialized industrial equipment, consumables, and related service businesses.

Headquartered in Glenview, Illinois, ITW employs nearly 48,000 colleagues located in 57 countries. Our broad portfolio includes more than 16,000 granted and pending patents.


engineering assistant co-op

August 2022 - December 2022 Troy, OH
“I like the different areas to work on for example building prototypes, software, testing, writing reports, and giving feedback on the test results. I feel like an important part of the team and not like a burden to be with. The company is very organized and professional but friendly at the same time. You have a lot of opportunities to learn about lab equipment and how to use it correctly. Staff in the company are more than happy to help you out and it's a relaxing environment.”

Mechanical Engineering Intern

January 2022 - May 2022 Troy, OH
“I liked the freedom to explore all different kinds of fields. The company let my enthusiasm drive my work, so anything I wanted to try or learn, they let me. The engineers I shadowed always had great advice and input on my work. Not to mention flexibility on hours and support through the entire semester. I also feel like I gained a lot of connections through working with this company. I got to meet workers of all different departments and learn about what they do as well, so I really had the opportunity to see what field of interest I want to go in to.”
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