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New MD for Caterforce

Foodservice buying and marketing group, Caterforce, has appointed Gary Mullineux as the company’s Managing Director.

Mullineux, who was appointed interim Managing Director in September 2019 after Nick Redford announced he would leave the MD role in December 2019, has been given the position on a full-time basis and will be responsible for shaping Caterforce’s vision for 2020 and beyond.

Having joined the business over eight years ago as Group Buying Manager, promoted to Purchasing Director in 2014, Mullineux has extensive knowledge of the foodservice industry and has forged strong relationships with Caterforce’s current members and suppliers.

Mullineux’s key areas of focus will be the development and growth of Caterforce’s own brand products, Chefs’ Selections and Roast 440, as well as the launch of the businesses new cleaning range, ProClean. He will also be working closely with Caterforce’s members to implement technology initiatives for more effective ways of working across the group.

Mullineux said, “It’s an extremely exciting time for the business and to be given the opportunity to lead Caterforce forward is one I’m very proud of. The past four months have helped me to gain valuable experience and has been the perfect sounding board before taking on the role full-time. We have an incredibly talented team and I’m looking forward to working with them to deliver the highest level of service for our members.”

Stephen Carr, Chairman of Caterforce, said, “Gary’s knowledge of the industry is second to none. Caterforce has gone from strength to strength in recent years and I look forward to working closely with Gary and our membership to continue our success and growth.”

At the Group’s biannual conference in November 2019, Caterforce launched its new CSR policy and code of conduct for suppliers as well as predicting turnover in excess of £600 million by 2021.