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Eden Springs Becomes UK’s Leading Workplace Coffee Supplier

Eden Springs Becomes UK’s Leading Workplace Coffee Supplier
January 13
10:59 2014

Eden Springs, Europe’s leading provider of workplace water and coffee solutions, has acquired UK coffee vending supplier, Kafevend. This is one of a number of recent acquisitions forEden, which reflects the company’s ambition to become the leading provider of coffee and water solutions in the UK and throughout Europe.

Crawley-based Kafevend has an annual turnover of £20 million and employs approximately 100 people throughout England and Scotland. The company is one of the fastest-growing office coffee providers in the UK and specialises in the provision of sophisticated coffee solutions, supplying a range of beverages such as the Flavia brand, provided by Mars drinks. With a client-base of corporate customers ranging from SMEs to large multinationals, Kafevend has built a strong reputation for a high quality of service and providing flexible supply options for its workplace coffee solutions.

Chief executive officer of Eden Springs International, Raanan Zilberman, comments: “Kafevend is an exciting acquisition for us as it has vast experience in offering workplace coffee solutions, which will help us expand and enhance our current product range. Both organisations share a total commitment to customer satisfaction.”

He adds: “For the past 20 years our strategy has been to expand Eden’s operations through a combination of organic growth and acquisitions. The acquisition of Kafevend, which follows the purchase of Shakepeares and Garraways in the UK, will enable us to grow and consolidate our leading position within the business beverage market.”

With a network of more than 100 branches, more than 1,000 service vehicles and water sources across 15 countries, Eden Springs serves 500,000 offices across Europe with a comprehensive water and coffee offering.

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