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MPM Catering wins £1.5m Southampton Boat Show deal

MPM Catering wins £1.5m Southampton Boat Show deal

MPM Catering has won a three-year contract worth £1.5m to cater at the PSP Southampton Boat Show.

The Shropshire-based mobile-catering business will operate at the 10-day event, while attracts more than 110,000 visitors each year, until 2015.

This latest win comes on the heels of a number of contract wins for MPM with a combined value of £4m, including the Surrey County Show, RHS Tatton Park Flower Show, RAF Waddington Air Show, and the Suffolk County Show.

Mark Morris, MPM's chairman, commented "We are delighted to have secured new contract wins with some of the most prestigious events and shows across the UK over the last six months, the most recent win being the PSP Southampton Boat Show.

"Following rapid expansion and investment in our company we are set firmly en route to achieving our five-year plan."

Murray Ellis, managing director of the show, added: "The PSP Southampton Boat Show is one of the world's leading boat shows and it is essential that all the facilities we provide to our visitors and exhibitors are first class.

"We are confident the services MPM Catering provide will reflect this and we look forward to a very successful event together in 2013."

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