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Entier Acquires Award-Winning Perthshire Catering Business

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Entier Acquires Award-Winning Perthshire Catering Business

Entier Acquires Award-Winning Perthshire Catering Business
November 03
09:46 2016

CIS Excellence Awards sponsor, Entier Ltd, has announced the acquisition of Perthshire-based catering and events company, Wilde Thyme, in an effort to secure a wider geographical footprint for the Aberdeen-based firm. Established in 2003, Comrie-based Wilde Thyme is the exclusive caterer to Glamis Castle, Carlowie Castle and Glenturret Distillery, providing catering services for weddings, private parties and corporate events in more than 40 venues across Scotland.

MD Andrew Hamer (pictured above-right), a current member of the Academy of Culinary Arts and a former executive chef at Gleneagles, will continue his role alongside the chefs and event management teams currently in place.

Entier CEO Peter Bruce (pictured above-left) said: ‘Wilde Thyme will continue to trade under its existing name but will be integrated into the Entier group of companies, sitting alongside onshore, international marine and offshore catering and facilities management. Both companies are focused on the pursuit of five-star service and food quality and I’m sure that together we can make a stronger impact by combining our experience, expertise and skills.’

Andrew Hamer added: ‘The merging of our two companies will provide a springboard to further expand in this market and we are looking forward to being part of the Entier Group and the opportunities that lie ahead.’

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