When it comes to saving money and working smarter, we're trusted by some of the biggest names in hospitality (as well as lots of smaller ones too).
With an impressive client portfolio with a spend approaching £500m, we have the buying power to get the best deals without compromising on quality, while still ensuring you have the flexibility to source locally, or through existing suppliers. Plus, with our highly skilled operations team, we have the expertise and experience at the sharp-end to help you streamline your back of house processes, saving you even more!
It's a 'no brainer' really - if we can't save you money, you don't pay. And if we can save you money (which we're pretty sure we can) there's no cost to you. Seems too good to be true? Well, we promise it isn't - it's just what we do every day for our clients and have done for the past 20 years. That's why we forge such successful partnerships and why the likes of Simon Kossoff of Carluccio's and a whole host of other clients singing our praises.
PSL now has over 75 groups on its books which include:
Find out what Simon Kossoff has to say about PSL.
The new online procurement system from PSL.
New National Chef of the Year Russell Bateman; The Caterer Interview with Cheval Three Quays and Calico House GM Dean Madge; The state of tipping; A look at Bristol's hotel market; The Tanner brothers' new Kentish Hare kitchen, plus insights from this year's inaugural foodservice forum
The Nicholls Spinal Injury Foundation (NSIF), founded by David Nicholls, director of food and beverage for the Mandarin Oriental Hotel Group, after his son was left paralysed from the arms down following a swimming accident in 2003, will feature on BBC One’s Panorama tonight.
The InterContinental Hotels Group has posted a growth in revpar of 7% across its global portfolio, and the group has also confirmed that its key brands had reached significant growth milestones.
Whitbread has reported an increase in like-for-like sales, and profit before tax, in its financial results for the six months to 28 August 2014.