Family firm proud to support city as business grows

Family firm proud to support city as business grows

Derby’s expert catering equipment specialists are expanding as they take on new staff and increase their fleet to meet with growing demand for services.

The Cattermole Group, based in Noel Street, one of the oldest running kitchen appliance specialists in the city, is continuing to thrive as they become a preferred supplier for Derby City Council and continue to work with local independents such as the Devonshire Arms, in Belper, which is part of the Secret Dining company - whose pubs include the award-winning Exeter Arms, and IT specialists Barron McCann.

The firm, which has been operating in the city since 1970, has now expanded its fleet to meet with demand as well as taking on an extra engineer.

Managing Director of Cattermole Group, Adam Cattermole, said it was great to see the business continuing to grow and thrive in the city.

He said: “As a family business we have been operating in the city for over 30 years and are proud to support businesses both locally and further afield. Cattermole Group has expanded and developed considerably over the last year. Our new van will allow us to carry more stock and support the growing number of customers turning to Cattermole Group for domestic and commercial catering maintenance.”

As one of only seven Linda Lewis Kitchen Gold Standard Members the firm supports pub chains such as Marston’s in servicing and repairing authentic Italian pizza ovens.

They also work with Derby City Council in supporting local authority facilities in providing and servicing catering services including Derby Conference Centre and local schools.

The firm, which is made up of two generations of the Cattermole family, has over 70 years of experience in the industry and is recognised as a leading catering equipment and maintenance service in the area.

Working both for domestic and commercial customers they can offer everything from a part for your cooker to maintaining multi-site catering facilities at large conference venues.

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