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Sysco Corporation Corporate Office Address

Sysco Corporation
1390 Enclave Parkway
Houston, TX 77077

Contact Sysco Corporation

Phone Number: (281) 584-1390
Fax Number: (281) 584-2721
Website: http://www.sysco.com
Email: Email Sysco Corporation

Sysco Corporation Facts

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Sysco Corporation Executives

CEO: William J. DeLaney III
CFO: Robert C. Kreidler
COO: Michael W. Green

Sysco Corporation History

Systems and Services Company, known by the acronym Sysco, was founded by Herbert Irving and John F. Baugh in 1969 as a foodservice company that provided ready-made meals.

The company went public the next year on the New York Stock Exchange and had sales of $115 million.

During the 1970s Sysco grew steadily due to their continued diversification into new products, such as fish, meat, and fresh produce.

In 1976 Sysco acquired Mid-Central Fish and Frozen Foods, which expanded the company’s distribution capabilities to the national level.

During the 1980s Sysco acquired several of their competitors, making it the largest food distribution company by the end of the decade.

In 1991 they spun off their chain restaurant distribution system into a new company called SYGMA.

Ttoday Sysco provides meals to hospitals, educational facilities, restaurants, and lodging facilities. They also produce equipment and supplies for the foodservice and hospitality industries.  They have more than 400,000 clients throughout the United States, Canada, and most recently, Ireland.

 

 

 

Sysco Corporation FAQs

Question 1: What is the phone number for Sysco Corporation?
Answer 1: The phone number for Sysco Corporation is (281) 584-1390.

Question 2: Who is the CEO of Sysco Corporation?
Answer 2: The CEO of Sysco Corporation is William J. DeLaney III.

Question 3: Who founded Sysco Corporation?
Answer 3: Sysco Corporation was founded by in .

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David Cobb November 19, 2018 at 10:11 am

I received the below email from the outlook ID email of belewis67@ mail.com. I have been trying to get resolution/response to the damage done to Fisk University property by a Sysco Delivery Driver and get this kind of response? Who is minding the customer service business at Sysco?

For the past year and a half Ms. Lewis has been busy sending texts and emails to someone that she seduced. This could be why you have not gotten a response. I would suggest letting corporate know so that they can do a complete audit of Ms. Lewis work phone and computer. Just an FYI for you.

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Courtney December 5, 2018 at 11:13 am

Its worse than that. Lewis’ best friend of 10 years died and she seduced her wife. Best part she had her invest in a house and put in a 45,000 pool and a 7,000 fence and then Lewis bailed going back to her ex wife. Lewis scammed this woman seeing the life insurance she got. She has been busy covering her tracks at work and scamming to keep all the money she scammed out of this woman. Ethical person working for that company.

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William Truxal November 6, 2018 at 3:13 pm

I cannot get a live person on the phone,,,left 2 messages for Investor Relations, no call back,,
I need to speak with someone as a former employee on stock options received between 2004 – 2009,

Thank you , 205-370-XXXX

Bill Truxal

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David Cobb October 15, 2018 at 3:46 pm

Dear Sysco Corporation:
The below string of emails and the attached pictures and verification of damage reflect the reason for my contact. It is rather disappointing that I was assured of resolution but never even received an acknowledgement or a reply.

David G. Cobb
Director, Purchasing, Sustainability, Facilities Development
Fisk University
Division of Finance
p: (615) 329-XXXX Office
(615) 456-XXXX IPhone
Carnegie Hall, Lower Level
1741 Meharry Blvd
Nashville, TN 37208
fisk.edu
Email : dcobb@ fisk.edu

—–Original Message—–
From: David Cobb
Sent: Friday, October 5, 2018 7:14 AM
To: ‘Lewis.Barbara@orr.sysco.com’
Subject: FW: Sysco Delivery Asphalt damage and concrete repair

Dear Ms. Lewis:
I was disappointed to have not received even a response.

I will now proceed with going directly to Sysco Corporate and the principals.

David G. Cobb
Director, Purchasing, Sustainability, Facilities Development Division of Finance
p:
(615) 329-XXXX Office
(615) 456-XXXX IPhone

a:
Carnegie Hall, Lower Level
1741 Meharry Blvd
Nashville, TN 37208
w:
fisk.edu e: dcobb@ fisk.edu

—–Original Message—–
From: David Cobb
Sent: Tuesday, August 28, 2018 12:48 PM
To: Lewis.Barbara@ orr.sysco.com
Subject: Sysco Delivery Asphalt damage and concrete repair

Barbara:
Thank you for returning my call regarding the above referenced damage caused by the Sysco Delivery Truck & Team.

Attached you will find the HydroCare Invoice detailing the cost of the damage as well as pictures depicting the same damages.

To my knowledge there is no video or other documentation besides the attached pictures.

Since I first reported the issue, I have been informed that the person actually ripping the caution tape down and advising the driver to continue through the concrete forms, the caution tape, and the freshly cut pavement, was a person following the Sysco Delivery Truck who parked adjacent to the damaged area in a beige or light colored SUV.

The Fisk Contractor, HydroCare, was in the process of completing the service area for new concrete when the damage occurred. The area was coned and cautioned and taped off and the workers were present. When the truck started backing through the concrete forms, the contractor stopped the truck from running over several iron rebar rods that would have additionally punctured the truck’s tires. But instead of adhering to the contractor’s instructions to stop, the driver cut the truck’s wheels to continue to back up into the parking area which then broke off the freshly cut asphalt. And, because the asphalt had to them be cut further back from the original survey, it caused a 1.5 inch lip on the parking lot side of the pour. This could not be adjusted to a lower level due to the Building Code requirement of a certain depth/thickness of the concrete. So, we not only suffered the construction costs for the repair of the asphalt cutline, the broken, splintered forms, bent rebar, but also the permanent addition of a 1.5 inch lip which makes the transition to the delivery area unlevel.

I have had many experiences with Sysco and all, up until this point, have been professional and exceptional. In fact, about 2 years ago I was a guest of Sysco at the Fishing Barge in Louisiana and a wonderful dinner at one of the New Orleans Steak Houses that is owned by Mr. Georges. At that time I was employed as Director of Construction for Double Quick, INC in Indianola, MS. The Sysco Representatives were excellent hosts.

But, having said that, I can tell you that the rude, inconsiderate actions of the Sysco Representatives that initiated the damages on the Fisk Campus, did not truly represent the Sysco Brand.

I look forward to the reimbursement of the cost of the damages as presented on the attached invoice that Fisk has submitted for payment processing.

Sincerely,
David

David G. Cobb
Director, Purchasing, Sustainability, Facilities Development Division of Finance
p:
(615) 329-XXXX Office
(615) 456-XXXX IPhone

a:
Carnegie Hall, Lower Level
1741 Meharry Blvd
Nashville, TN 37208
w:
fisk.edu e: dcobb@ fisk.edu

—–Original Message—–
From: Israel Woodson
Sent: Thursday, August 23, 2018 3:30 PM
To: David Cobb
Subject: Asphalt damage and concrete repair

Mr. Cobb,

It will be an additional cost of 2300.00 dollars to repair the damage caused by the delivery truck.

Please advise if you approve of us moving forward and agree to this cost.

Sincerely,

Israel Woodson
HydroCare, LLC

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David Cobb October 11, 2018 at 1:39 pm

Dear Sysco Corporation:
The below string of emails and pictures and verification of damage that were attached to the below email sent twice to Barbara Lewis, accurately reflects the reason for my contact. It is rather disappointing that I was assured of resolution but never even received an acknowledgement or a reply.

From: David Cobb
Sent: Tuesday, August 28, 2018 12:48 PM
To: Lewis.Barbara@ orr.sysco.com
Subject: Sysco Delivery Asphalt damage and concrete repair

Barbara:
Thank you for returning my call regarding the above referenced damage caused by the Sysco Delivery Truck & Team.

Attached you will find the HydroCare Invoice detailing the cost of the damage as well as pictures depicting the same damages.

To my knowledge there is no video or other documentation besides the attached pictures.

Since I first reported the issue, I have been informed that the person actually ripping the caution tape down and advising the driver to continue through the concrete forms, the caution tape, and the freshly cut pavement, was a person following the Sysco Delivery Truck who parked adjacent to the damaged area in a beige or light colored SUV.

The Fisk Contractor, HydroCare, was in the process of completing the service area for new concrete when the damage occurred. The area was coned and cautioned and taped off and the workers were present. When the truck started backing through the concrete forms, the contractor stopped the truck from running over several iron rebar rods that would have additionally punctured the truck’s tires. But instead of adhering to the contractor’s instructions to stop, the driver cut the truck’s wheels to continue to back up into the parking area which then broke off the freshly cut asphalt. And, because the asphalt had to them be cut further back from the original survey, it caused a 1.5 inch lip on the parking lot side of the pour. This could not be adjusted to a lower level due to the Building Code requirement of a certain depth/thickness of the concrete. So, we not only suffered the construction costs for the repair of the asphalt cutline, the broken, splintered forms, bent rebar, but also the permanent addition of a 1.5 inch lip which makes the transition to the delivery area unlevel.

I have had many experiences with Sysco and all, up until this point, have been professional and exceptional. In fact, about 2 years ago I was a guest of Sysco at the Fishing Barge in Louisiana and a wonderful dinner at one of the New Orleans Steak Houses that is owned by Mr. Georges. At that time I was employed as Director of Construction for Double Quick, INC in Indianola, MS. The Sysco Representatives were excellent hosts.

But, having said that, I can tell you that the rude, inconsiderate actions of the Sysco Representatives that initiated the damages on the Fisk Campus, did not truly represent the Sysco Brand.

I look forward to the reimbursement of the cost of the damages as presented on the attached invoice that Fisk has submitted for payment processing.

Sincerely,
David

David G. Cobb
Director, Purchasing, Sustainability, Facilities Development Division of Finance
p:
(615) 329-XXXX Office
(615) 456-XXXX IPhone

a:
Carnegie Hall, Lower Level
Nashville, TN 37208
w:
fisk.edu e: dcobb@ fisk.edu

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Ramcy Ramesh Saldanha July 23, 2018 at 1:24 am

I had received an confirmation letter from your company sysco Canada Calgary as a position of Sales Executive.So I want to check is it original or fake.

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Tegryash.Buchert June 5, 2018 at 4:01 pm

We are a small company located in New Orleans, Louisiana. I have been having problems with my representative. i would send my orders trough email and would go weeks without hearing anything from him, i also send texts and make calls which he ignores. I have been running out of products so i started placing orders trough a customer service ( they are always very nice and helpful) and would go pick the order up myself. So today i tried to place an order and the customer service representative said that our account is on maintenance, she got me in touch ( finally) with my representative and his answer was since it is not beneficial for them to keep us as a customer to go and look for a different vendor, like Sams. my question is why i was never notified at least a few days in advance that i cannot make will calls anymore? Why i have been ignored and does Sysco employees know their mission statement? I do understand where the company coming from but at least i should received a notice from sysco that they do not want me as a customer. I do have all the emails and texts that was left ignored. i want someone to tell me why is it happening!

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Tai Robinson December 26, 2017 at 11:39 am

I want to know why your Atlanta selectors have not received their December 15th paycheck??? It is now the 26th, and still no money, but my husband is still making his way to work. This means Christmas was non existent this year for our family since y’all didn’t feel the need to pay them. Not to mention not having any money for two weeks has caused our normal bills to now be behind with added late fees. I don’t understand the audacity of this company. Whoever does payroll should be fired, along with your Human Resources Director.

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Moses Mays August 30, 2017 at 3:43 pm

Our drivers were called the N-WORD BY Gary Younger and were made to unload there own trailer, this is reprehensible and we have other drivers who over heard this by your Lumper Service.

Please Contact:
Moses Mays II
Phone: 713-823-XXXXX
cmedlow at maythirdmgmt.com

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Walid Hakim March 10, 2017 at 7:53 am

Passing 30 seconds Test: Bachelor Degree with Marketing as Major . Main experience :
8 years with P&G
4 years with Seven – UP Int.
4 years with HALWANI almost 90% similar to Sysco , in the Middle East
4years with FedEx in Saudi Arabia,
The most recent Job Title : Senior Consultant Marketing
Member of the American Marketing Association.
Regional Master of ACBL

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Gary Storch July 30, 2016 at 10:29 am

I sent an email last evening and unsure if it submit. I live in a semi rural residential area in Taos New Mexico in this spot since 1980. The area has always been quiet and serene. I have a new neighbor who has move into a mobile home adjacent to my house. He obviously has just started work for Sysco and yesterday early evening (Friday) when I arrived back home at 9PM, there was a Sysco semi parked in my neighbors yard. His refrigerated unit is running all evening turning on and off through the night. This unnecessary and intrusive noise travels through the neighborhood and has kept me and my wife up most of the evening. It is now 8:30AM Saturday and the truck is still here. This vehicle does not belong in this neighborhood sitting running all night and I have no idea, how long during the day. This is obviously a new employee of yours and if this is how Sysyco runs its business, out of employees homes with no concern for the surrounding homes and neighbors, you are about to incur some legal intrusion into this situation. I would hope that you contact me ASAP at my email above. I sincerely hope that I do not have to deal with this all day today, tonight and tomorrow, into Monday. Please advise.
Thank you….Gary Storch

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waynaka miller February 1, 2016 at 8:00 pm

I was drafted and had to come into a town at 65 mph.To get the truck number I had to run 75 to catch him then he came around a curve over the yellow line and went threw another town 50 both towns have 35 mph zones.

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Dawson December 15, 2015 at 5:44 pm

Just want to know why is the Charlotte Sysco house hiring back an employee who I was a supervisor that should not be an employee in the first place. He was caught on the phone in a company truck not once but three times. He was moved out of transportaion and put in routing for a year then came back to trans. To be a supervisor again. Now he was fired for not reporting a accident that him and another driver he was helping was in. Now I hear he is returning and being put in charge of driver check in. I know for a fact that if that was a driver he or she would not have a job. This company really is good at hiding things they don’t want corporate to see when they come. I think it is time for change with the supervisors you have in charge. Time to clean house and bring in new people to be in charge. They don’t care about the employees that work there and they do what they want. I thing it would behoove you to have a meeting with the drivers only no management present. I really think it is a black thing in why they rehired this person they fired. Also the safety person they have in charge needs to not be in safety because he has had several accidents within the warehouse several times. In short just need to help us in this Sysco house.

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Laura November 20, 2015 at 8:29 am

I am VERY upset at Sysco’s marketing! We opened a restaurant in a small town and it took Sysco two months to send a associate out to see us! Then, their associate is on the “squirrelly” side to say the least! We were naïve in giving him a copy of a invoice from one of their competitor’s and he said he would be back with a quote, he needed to compare prices. That was about a month ago!. Yeah! Sysco! I have his business card if you like his name! He is out of your Lubbock branch!

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Velma Sjoberg November 29, 2013 at 1:38 pm

The Block and Barrel Regular Potato Chips are the worst tasting chips I have ever
eaten. Distributed by your company to health care centers. What makes you think
those of us living as residents in a health care center like to settle for “second best”?
These B & B Regular Potato Chips have alot to be desired.

These may improve/increase your bottom line (profits)– but am of the opinion that
your business is compromising its integrity.

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