A recent upgrade that got Condakes’ approval is a video security system. He described the market’s management as “proactive.”
“I’m sure they’ll have some initiatives coming that we’ll be hearing about soon,” he said.
Individual companies on the market have kept up with requirements of the business, said Maurice Crafts, salesman for Coosemans Boston Inc. on the Chelsea market.
“Renovating, cooler expansion and hiring is going on at multiple companies,” he said.
Other than that, business appears to be as brisk as ever, Crafts said.
“It’s nice to see all the trucks lined up in the mornings,” he said.
Some improvements in the market would help, said Yanni Alphas, president and chief executive officer of The Alphas Co., Chelsea.
“They need to modernize,” he said.
For the moment, anyway, the market seems to be strong as is, said Ken Cavallaro, treasurer with John Cerasuolo Co. Inc., Chelsea.
“They keep it in great shape,” he said.