Wicked Coffee’s £350,000 contract to supply RAF staff

NABU. Wicked Coffee Company MD Fergus Walsh at his premises on Thorp Arch Trading Estate. 11021AR2pic2.
NABU. Wicked Coffee Company MD Fergus Walsh at his premises on Thorp Arch Trading Estate. 11021AR2pic2.
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The Wicked Coffee Company has secured its biggest client yet after being selected by international facilities company ISS to provide coffee services to 25,000 Royal Air Force personnel around the UK.

The new business will be worth around £350,000 in its first year and includes barista training andthe supply of beverages and equipment.

Wetherby-based Wicked Coffee has also renewed its agreement with the National Union of Student Services Ltd (NUSSL) to supply beverages, snacks and equipment to students in 85 UK universities for a further three years.

Sales at the company, which provides bespoke café services to clients in hospitality, leisure, education, government and retail, have grown by more than 20 per cent this year.

Managing director Fergus Walsh attributed the company’s success to its high levels of customer service.

“While many of our competitors have been reducing service levels during the current economic climate, we are continually developing and strengthening our support structure to add value to our business offering,” he said.