DBC Foodservice has announced a series of new business wins, and contract extensions worth a further pound;15m.
One of the major contracts it has taken over is the nationwide Little Chef deal, which is worth over pound;12m a year, supplying the full range of ambient, frozen, chilled and non-food products to 191 sites.
DBC has also won the Caff eacute; Nero Express Features > Business, which is in addition to the current Caff eacute; Nero contract it already operates nationwide, and has been awarded the contract as sole supplier to BCA (British Car Auctions) across the full multi-temperature range.
Another multi-temperature supply deal has been signed with Dolce Catering Services.
In addition DBC has been awarded contract extensions by a range of local authorities across England, some of which it has been working with for more than 10 years, and a one-year contract extension has been won to supply Sayers – a group of 204 bakery shops in the north west.
Chris Horne, managing director of DBC, commented: “Following a period of consolidation after the acquisition in late 2006 and our appointment as the sole UK service provider to Purple Foodservice Solutions, the MoD worldwide food supply contractor, we are now looking forward to a year of dynamic growth in 2008. We have put in place an aggressive three-year plan, focusing on the retention of our key accounts, rapid development of our independent customer base plus increased penetration into the high street.”