Two Center Parcs awards for Bury St Edmunds business.

Thomas Ridley Foodservice Receives Supplier of the Year 2018.
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Thomas Ridley Foodservice Receives Supplier of the Year 2018. L-R Steve Leary, Rebecca Pike and Steve Lyons of Thomas Ridley Foodservice, Supplier of the Year 2018, and Head of Procurement at Centre Parcs, Martyn Smith - Credit: Matt Brodie

Bury St Edmunds-based Thomas Ridley has collected the accolade of Supplier of the Year 2018 at the annual Center Parcs Supplier Awards, which recognises and celebrates the best of more than 1,800 suppliers.

As a Center Parcs supplier for 30 years, Steve Lyons, Thomas Ridley sales director was absolutely delighted to receive not only Supplier of the Year 2018, but also Delivering Excellent Service – Food & Beverage and Retail,

He said: “To receive these two awards from Center Parcs is fantastic and reflects the amazing work and dedication of the entire Thomas Ridley Foodservice Team. Our aim is always to surpass our customers’ expectations and deliver an outstanding service in every possible way, and these awards reinforce the great partnership between our two businesses.”

Martyn Smith, Head of Procurement at Center Parcs said;“Thomas Ridley is an outstanding long-term partner of Center Parcs. They deliver a professional service that far exceeds any I have experienced elsewhere in the industry. I know if I have a problem they will find a solution to meet our needs and they always step up to the mark. Thomas Ridley fully appreciates the needs of our business and our guests’ requirements, and know their work helps our guests have a fantastic short break experience.”

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