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Turnover Grows 30% At Mount Charles

Published on Jan 15 2019 10:37 AM in Food tagged: Trending Posts / catering / Mount Charles

Turnover Grows 30% At Mount Charles

Foodservice, cleaning and business support firm Mount Charles has announced that its turnover has grown by just over 30% in the Irish market in the last year, with almost €2.5 million in new catering and cleaning contracts having been won from its Dublin base.

Overall turnover for the Belfast-headquartered business has risen by 20% to £40 million, with employment numbers growing to 2,500, and the company said it is firmly on the path to achieving its target of £100 million turnover by 2025.

Since establishing a base in Dublin last year, Mount Charles has secured over €10 million worth of new contracts.

In Line With Forecast

Company founder and chairman Trevor Annon commented, "We announced our intention to achieve a turnover of £100 million by 2025 to mark our 30th anniversary at the end of 2018, and this latest year-on-year growth is in line with our forecast and predication that we will achieve this target.

"The Republic of Ireland marketplace is now a key target for us as we continue to develop our Dublin based service delivery and management team. Growing our market share from our Dublin base remains a key priority, and will be a major driver of overall company growth over the next five years, with cleaning and catering services in particular playing a significant role.

"We have increased our infrastructure and focused on strategic talent acquisition, and are now in a very strong position to capitalise on the opportunity to consistently grow our operations in Ireland.

"This latest figure of 30% growth in what is a competitive marketplace is encouraging, and a clear sign that we are bringing an attractive offering to the table."

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