Caterforce managing director Nick Redford is to step down from his role at the end of the year after a decade in the position.
A statement from chairman, Stephen Carr, said: “Nick joined Caterforce in 2009 and over the past decade the business has grown exponentially under his leadership. Group turnover has increased from £169m to £524m and we have a strong network of seven members who are each experiencing great success.
“We will be working closely with our members over the coming months to appoint a new managing director of Nick’s calibre who will play an instrumental role in continuing to grow the group’s successes. We would like to thank Nick for his outstanding dedication to Caterforce during his time and are pleased to say that he will remain with us until December 2019.”
Redford added: “During my time with the group, I have worked with some extraordinary people and members who are the driving force behind our successes, and I can’t thank them enough. It has been a difficult decision, but after almost a decade in the role I believe it is time for me to focus on new projects. As a group, we are in such a great position that we can confidently transition through this change and it will only add to our growing success.”