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TSC Foods Joins The Billington Group

TSC Foods Joins The Billington Group
February 06
13:59 2014

UK food manufacturer The Billington Group has acquired TSC Foods, the Scunthorpe-based manufacturer of chilled and frozen products for the food service, retail & B2B markets. Supplying the food service industry for more than two decades, TSC Foods will become part of the The Billington Group and will continue to be led by David Bondi as managing director, as well as the current board at the Scunthorpe site.

David Bondi, managing director of TSC Foods, says: “This is a fantastic move for TSC and we are delighted to join a family owned company that is focused on the food sector. We have grown significantly over recent years with a focus on innovation, quality and service to all our customers and are proud to continue that success as part of a larger group”.

Gary Blake, chief executive of The Billington Group, remarks: “This is a fantastic acquisition for the group; we believe that TSC Foods is a perfect fit for our strategic vision to become the market leader in the food service sector.”

Gary Blake continues: “This is an exciting time for both The Billington Group and TSC Foods as we look forward to successfully delivering our strong customer focus by leveraging the combined benefits of a larger foodservice group which includes Bar Foods.”

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