Foodservice provider Cimandis have announced a new three-year partnership with the Guernsey Hospitality Association (GHA).
It is hoped the partnership will help fund the associations planned initiatives to facilitate further recovery to the sector.
Commenting on the three year partnership Richard Dow, Managing Director of Cimandis said: “The GHA have in a relatively short timescale achieved great strides in bonding what was a seemingly disparate industry, this is something that we applaud and wished to actively support outside of our obvious trading relationships.
“Cimandis is the largest Foodservice provider in the Channel Islands, delivering products to over 1,000 customers in retail, hospitality and the service sectors. We have depots in Guernsey, Jersey and Alderney as well as servicing Herm and Sark. The partnership is a perfect synergy for our business.
“As a ‘not front facing’ member of the hospitality industry we have also been directly involved and effected. A galvanised, focused and advancing industry will certainly help improve the visitor economy and the wider viability and growth."
Pictured: Recruitment and retention has proved challenging for the hospitality sector in recent years.
Alan Sillett, GHA President, said he was delighted that a respected business such as Cimandis had recongised their work.
“The GHA is all about its members, and the board are very conscious about giving value and offering well informed assistance in many areas, especially after such a difficult two years. We are currently all about ‘survive and thrive’.
“It is our job now to support the membership in moving forward, and we relish driving further opportunities. Cimandis’ sponsorship will help facilitate our ambitions and deliver on our objectives,” he added.
Pictured (top): Alan Sillett (left), Guernsey Hospitality Association President, and Phil Collinson, general manager, Cimandis Foodservice.
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