Minnesota company buys Sioux Falls-based CBM Managed Services

A Minnesota-based provider of food service to correctional facilities has acquired Sioux Falls-based CBM Managed Services.

The new owner is Summit Food Service, part of Elior Group. It operates in 30 states, serving 350 jails and prisons. CBM, a privately held company owned by the Sejnoha family, has been providing food service, commissary and vending services to correctional facilities for more than 25 years. Its correctional division has almost 1,000 employees and serves 200 locations in 29 states. No changes are expected in its operations, according to a news release from Summit.

“We operate in this space as trusted, relationship-driven partners,” said Marlin Sejnoha, president and CEO of CBM. “We are aligned with Summit’s values, and joining the family allows us to further strengthen our commitment to this niche industry while offering our employees increased opportunities.”

Sejnoha will continue to lead CBM. He said the sale does not include Marlin’s Family Restaurants, which are part of a separate corporation.

“We are aligned in many ways with CBM in our business practices,” said Tom Cusimano, CEO of Summit Food Service. “We know and respect the resources they bring to every account and expect the merger of the companies to strengthen our customer partnerships. Adding them to the Summit family makes sense for us and for the industry we serve.”

Minnesota company buys Sioux Falls-based CBM Managed Services

A Minnesota-based provider of food service to correctional facilities has acquired Sioux Falls-based CBM Managed Services.

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