Bidfood to open third new depot to strengthen network

30 November 2023 by
Bidfood to open third new depot to strengthen network

One of the UK's leading foodservice providers Bidfood has confirmed its latest site development will take place in Worcester, bringing its total number of sites up to 27.

The new 60,000sq ft Worcester depot, located on the Worcester Six Business Park, is due to open in 2025. The development will provide around 200 new jobs to local people.

Mark Wood, chief operating officer at Bidfood, said: "Worcester will provide an excellent addition to our network and offer some much-needed capacity in and around the Birmingham area.

"The introduction of yet another new depot continues to emphasise the importance that we place on long term investment in our infrastructure. The addition of this new depot will further enhance our ability to provide our customers with service excellence and ultimately place us closer to them."

Its Worcester site is the latest addition to Bidfood's growing infrastructure, adding to the Glasgow and Bedfordshire sites.

Its 90,000sq ft Glasgow site opened in spring this year, while this month marks the official opening of Bidfood's latest depot in Bedfordshire, becoming one of the company's largest sites to date at 160,000sq ft.

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