ABN AMRO Commercial Finance UK delivers £3.5m funding solution to another Mid Market business, Edgmond Foods Limited 

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News - 17 March 2021

Edgmond Foods is a leading UK manufacturer of quiche, frittatas, tartelettes and open top pies. The business is family owned and managed, with over 160 employees and more than 25 years’ experience in the Chilled and Frozen Retail and Food Service markets. They manufacture over half a million products a week from their Shropshire factory and have a wealth of in-house expertise including: manufacturing, development, technical, quality assurance and sales.

Having experienced consistent year-on-year business growth, Edgmond Foods sought funding to provide additional headroom for working capital as well as cover the costs of business growth. ABN AMRO Commercial Finance UK supported by providing a funding package of £3.5m. This solution enables the Edgmond Foods management team to effectively bolster working capital and business growth headroom.

 

Ben Pittam, Business Development Manager of ABN AMRO Commercial Finance said, “We’re proud to support business growth in the mid market sector and it’s been a pleasure working with the management team at Edgmond Foods”.

 

Nigel Payne, Managing Director, Edgmond Foods Limited said, “ABN AMRO Commercial Finance have been friendly and professional. They actively listened to our challenges and we now have a clear path for continued growth.”

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