Ayr-based Sugro member Iannotti Bros closes its doors

Date: March 17, 2020Leave a comment

Iannotti Bros, established 51 years ago and operating as a cash & carry and delivered wholesaler in Ayr, has closed.  The company, with a turnover of £3.5 million and a […]


Neil Turton resigns as Sugro managing director

Date: February 7, 2020Leave a comment

Neil Turton, who was appointed managing director of Sugro UK 18 months ago, has resigned from the confectionery and impulse wholesale group. The former Nisa CEO, who had also worked […]


Raj Krishan leaves Sugro after just a few months

Date: May 29, 2019Leave a comment

Raj Krishan, who joined Sugro UK early this year to fill the newly-created role of head of business development under MD Neil Turton, has left the group. No official statement […]


Sugro recruits three new members with combined sales of £80m

Date: April 24, 2019Leave a comment

Sugro UK has recruited three new members with combined sales of £80 million, adding to the group’s current turnover of £1.1 billion. Bradford-based Seafresh Wholesale Distributors began life as a […]


Newly created Sugro post for Raj Krishan

Date: January 9, 2019Leave a comment

Sugro UK has chosen Raj Krishan (pictured) to fill the newly-created role of head of business development under recently appointed managing director Neil Turton. He joins from AF Blakemore where […]


Rayburn Trading looks to combine activities from two sites into one

Date: February 28, 2018Leave a comment

North-west Sugro member Rayburn Trading is looking for new premises that would ideally enable it to combine the activities of its two present warehouses – a 100,000 sq ft storage […]


Philip Jenkins to leave Sugro after 17 years

Date: December 22, 2017Leave a comment

Philip Jenkins (pictured), managing director of Sugro, is to leave the group at the beginning of the year to develop his own consultancy business. In a statement, Ross Gourlay, chairman […]


Putting in place pay-per-play: Darren Goldney of Today’s

Date: December 6, 2017Leave a comment

In his first in-depth interview since becoming managing director of Today’s just three weeks ago, Darren Goldney (pictured) talks to Cash & Carry Management’s managing editor Kirsti Sharratt about his […]


Two new members boost Today’s turnover by £364 million

Date: October 19, 2017Leave a comment

Two new members have swelled Today’s Group turnover by £364 million. Back after a two-year stint with Landmark Wholesale is Gilsons Foods, of Leicester, with annual turnover of £14 million, […]


Seven leading wholesalers object to Booker-Tesco merger

Date: October 6, 2017Leave a comment

Seven of the UK’s leading wholesalers have written a joint letter to the Competition and Markets Authority (CMA) urging it to block the Tesco-Booker merger. The managing directors of Bestway, […]


Rayburn increases minimum order value to £500

Date: September 12, 2016Leave a comment

Rayburn Trading has raised the minimum order value to £500 ex-VAT for traders purchasing from its Manchester showroom. The previous threshold of £450 ex-VAT had been in operation for four […]


Derby wholesaler marks 20th anniversary with special deals

Date: January 28, 2016Leave a comment

Derby-based discounter SOS Wholesale is celebrating its 20th anniversary with a new logo and special deals for retailers. Director Mark Beckett said: “We want to thank our customers for their […]