Carillion Liquidation: What does it Mean for School Catering?

In January, Carillion, a construction company that services multiple schools for cafeteria food, filed for liquidation. This could have far reaching impacts on the quality of foods that students receive, and could spell disastrous news for U.K investors seeking to break into the catering market. While there is a current effort by the government to maintain the company's Food & More branch (which was the main vessel by which food was catered to schoolchildren). So what does this mean for the...> More

Die-Pat Welcomes New Area Sales Manager

Die-Pat are delighted to announce the appointment of Trevor Leigh as Area Sales Manager for the South.  Trevor is a fully trained chef with over 30 years’ experience working in the... > More

Castors & Wheels for all your Kitchen Equipment

Die-Pat currently stocks and supplies eight types of castors and wheels for your catering equipment. These range from our economy castors, institutional castors, light duty castors to medium duty... > More

What are WRAS Approved Taps?

The WRAS logo often appears on commercial and domestic products that use water. WRAS, which stands for the Water Regulations Advisory Scheme, is a organisation that works to protect the public water... > More