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Move to new site significantly increases capacity

We are pleased to announce our move to new premises at Kites Croft, Segensworth, Fareham; an investment that underlines our commitment to the fast-expanding UK and international cruise industry. This new bonded facility affords us direct access to the M27 and Southampton port, doubles the size of the previous operation, whilst tripling the warehousing pallet […]

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Storage and Distribution Certification

At Cavendish Ships Stores Ltd we have a strong management ethos and are proud of the products and services we provide. We back this up wherever practical with formal certification and are pleased to have been recognised as achieving the BRC Global Standard for Storage and Distribution within our Ships Stores supply operations. The BRC […]

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The Smithfield Deli at James Burden Ltd – Newly published Product Guide

Our sister company’s exciting new venture, The Smithfield Deli, is rapidly establishing itself as the go-to destination for all the very best in delicatessen provisions.  They offer an innovative and varied range of products, sourced globally, priced competitively and ready for next day delivery to your door.  Take a look at the newly published Product […]

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Meet Linda Gower; Environmental Health Practitioner for The Burden Group

The Burden Group Ltd is committed to maintaining the highest standards of Health and Safety across its businesses and to this end employs a qualified Environmental Health Practitioner, Linda Gower. Linda’s primary role is to ensure that both James Burden Limited & Cavendish Ships Stores Limited comply with Food Safety and Health and Safety legislation. […]

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A new Golden Age for craft brewing?

Sitting here in our new offices in the heart of Kent, converted from an old Oast house that was designed for kilning (drying) hops, I can’t help but think that current situation in the brewing world rings of irony. Whilst pub closures continue at the incredible rate of 29 per week in the UK and […]

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