Norcate gets NIS 100m. IEC contract

The electric workers will be able to choose from over 300 different options on the menus, according to Norcate CEO David Laren.

By MATTHEW KRIEGER
March 22, 2007 06:53

Catering company Norcate was awarded a NIS 100 million contract over five years to provide some 2,500 meals a day for Israel Electric Company employees based in and around Haifa, including dozens of packaged, ready to eat items. The electric workers will be able to choose from over 300 different options on the menus, according to Norcate CEO David Laren. The catering company is one of the largest in Israel and currently prepares over 100,000 meals for employees in the hi-tech, security, hotel and manufacturing sectors. Norcate employs approximately 1,800 workers and has operations across the country.


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