January 18, 2017 10:15 PM ET

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Company Overview of 2 Sisters Food Group Limited

Company Overview

2 Sisters Food Group Limited produces and supplies chicken products to the retail, food service, and food manufacturing sectors in Europe. It provides breaded and roasted chicken, ready meals, BBQ, component meats, and savory liquids. 2 Sisters Food Group Limited was founded in 1993 and is based in West Bromwich, United Kingdom. It operates manufacturing sites in the United Kingdom, Holland, and Poland. 2 Sisters Food Group Limited operates as a subsidiary of Boparan Holdings Limited.

Dial Lane

Off Richmond Street

West Bromwich,  B70 0EB

United Kingdom

Founded in 1993

Phone:

44 87 0458 9700

Fax:

44 87 0458 9900

Key Executives for 2 Sisters Food Group Limited

Founder and Chief Executive Officer
Group Chief Financial Officer
Chief Operating Officer of Protein
Integration Director
Director of Group Procurement
Compensation as of Fiscal Year 2016.

2 Sisters Food Group Limited Key Developments

2 Sisters Food Group Proposes to Move Retail Packing Operation At Merthyr Tydfil Site; 350 Jobs Could go at Meat Plant in Merthyr

2 Sisters Food Group has announced proposals to move the retail packing operation at their Merthyr Tydfil site. The company is proposing to move the work to another site in Cornwall. It is consulting on relocating its packaging arm to its base in Cornwall, meaning the potential loss of around 350 local jobs.

Bernard May Be Transferred to Pension Protection

Rutland Partners LLP may transfer Bernard Matthews Limited to Pension Protection Fund. Rutland Partners is struggling to find a buyer due to concerns over the group's pension deficit. 2 Sisters Food Group Limited is said to be the front runner to takeover Bernard Matthews, howler, talks reportedly hinge on the pension issue. According to a Sky News report, which cited unnamed sources, Rutland Partners could transfer Bernard to Pension Protection Fund. A spokesperson for Rutland told just-food: "It is not the company's policy to comment on speculation in the media about the performance of Bernard Matthews or the pension scheme."

2 Sisters And Dunbia Potentially Into Merger Talks

Dunbia Group and 2 Sisters Food Group Limited may potentially be into merger talks as after market rumors sounded on April 2, 2016, 2 Sisters made a tweet has said it is in discussion with Dunbia about an exciting potential collaboration, Belfast Telegraph reports.

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