Gurrentz Intl. Corp.
1501 Ardmore Blvd.
Pittsburgh, PA 15221 USA
412-351-3200 (phone)
412-351-4051 (fax)
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Company History

Gurrentz International Corporation is a fourth generation family company founded in 1937 by Harry Gurrentz.  He was joined by his son, Morton, in 1954.  Together, the two grew the business from a small, local distributor of fresh beef to one of the largest importers of beef into the U.S.A.  Gurrentz imports beef from all major exporting countries of the world: Australia, New Zealand, Central and South America and Canada.

During the 1980's, Morton's sons, Rodger and Patrick, entered the business and in 2016, Rodger's son Ryan joined, making it a fourth generation company.  While  maintaining established interests in imported boneless beef,  they expanded the product base, adding specialty imported cuts and domestic boxed beef. Gurrentz International sells in excess of two-hundred million pounds of beef annually.  We import and distribute through all major ports and internal shipping points in the United States. Gurrentz also maintains a fully staffed buying office in Sydney, Australia and Buenos Aires, Argentina..  Through this office we communicate daily with all the major packers in both Australia and New Zealand.

Jim Davis, based on his family ranch in San Diego county in California manages the trading of most of the domestic beef cuts and assists in increasing our visibility in the West Coast, Southwest and Inter-Mountain markets. Jim is an expert in beef cuts and can assist you with any questions you may have regarding these items.

Gurrentz International Corporation offers the best price, quality & service because of our:

  • 60+ successful years in the meat business
  • Daily contact with overseas and U.S. domestic packers
  • Professional staff in Pittsburgh, California & Australia

When the time comes for you to place an order for beef - come to where your interests will be of paramount importance - come to Gurrentz!