Cleveland Range makes steam cooking equipment such as cook and chill systems, steam jacketed kettles, braising pans and tilt skillets and industrial-size steamers. This equipment is used primarily by the food service industry.
The company features three facilities in which it makes its equipment. The Cleveland, Ohio, plant focuses on steamers and two Canadian plants that focus on kettles and skillets.
Cleveland Range began in 1847 as a small retail store in Cleveland. In 1890, the company renamed itself Born Range Company and moved its headquarters to Galion, Ohio, before returning to Cleveland in 1898. In 1922, the company officially name itself Cleveland Range and brought to the market the first stainless steel steam cooker.