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BBF excels in Scotland and scoops top Award
Bestway Batleys Foodservice (BBF) garnered the Customer Service Excellence Award at the recent Scotland Excel Supplier Excellence Awards 2015.
In addition to the top award, BBF also picked up the Cost Saving Excellence award at the ceremony on 11 June at the Glasgow Royal Concert Hall.
The Scotland Excel Supplier Excellence Awards - judged by an eminent panel of independent professionals from across a variety of sectors - highlight the consistency, innovation and excellence demonstrated by suppliers in their delivery of public services across Scotland.
Steve Irons, senior contract manager for BBF, who collected both awards said: “Bestway Batleys Foodservice has enjoyed a remarkable year particularly in Scotland winning many new accounts and retenders. This is down to the importance we place on detail in not only the tendering process but also the execution and delivery of the tender. The Scotland Excel Awards examine a diverse range of suppliers -not just food and drink companies - so to carry off the overall award for Customer Service is a magnificent achievement.”
Bestway Batleys Foodservice operates a dedicated telesales hotline (01738 646666) offering next day delivery nationwide from 17 depots across the UK. Caterers can also order online at www.bbfoodservice.co.uk
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