Catermasters secures more than £6m in new and retained business

30 November 2015 by
Catermasters secures more than £6m in new and retained business

Catermasters, part of the CH&Co Group, has won new contracts worth £3.2m, and retained business worth £2.9m.

The new wins include four sites with Orbit Independent Living across the Midlands and south of England and a catering contract with Fasset Facilities Management in Towcester. The company has also secured a new contract with specialist science and engineering college UTC Oxfordshire to provide dining for 14 to18 year old students at its new campus.

Catermasters will provide a range of café and dining facilities within the independent living facilities offered by Orbit Independent Living.

The retention deals include a contract renewal with Oxfam in Oxford, where Catermasters has provided staff restaurant and hospitality services for 10 years.

Tony Carr, managing director of Catermasters, said: "We're really delighted to welcome these new clients and teams to the Catermasters family. The clients loved our innovative food ideas and in the case of UTC, we're very pleased to be extending our existing business with them through this new college.

"We're also delighted to be continuing for another three years with Oxfam, which has been an important part of our business for many years. As an organisation they do so much good around the world and it's rewarding to play a small part in helping them do that."

Founded in 1989, Catermasters became part of CH&Co when HCM Group (Host Castermaster Group) and CH&Co merged earlier this year.

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