CEDA members benefitting from restaurant and hotel work


CEDA has released its quarterly survey of members on their business performance from January to July 2015.

The figures show that restaurants and hotels combined account for over 90% of CEDA members’ business enquiries, with a sustained rise from restaurants in particular.

Project requests involving pubs and the licenced trade have dipped a little since the beginning of the year, according to the data, declining from around 23% to 19.35%.

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The amount of contract caterer and staff feeding enquiries have dropped dramatically from a peak of 40% early last year, reaching a nadir of around 18% earlier this year, though the figure has now recovered to 24.19%.

CEDA director general Adam Mason commented: “It is really good news that CEDA members are benefitting from the continued growth in the eating out sector with restaurants taking a major part in driving growth.

“This is born out in our own recent survey of 500 operators with a strong majority from restaurants planning investment in, and maintenance for, their foodservice equipment.”

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