Trinity International Services is one of the largest independent catering firms in Scotland and was established in 1990.
Founder Stuart MacBride, who has worked in the offshore industry since 1971 is the Chairman.
Twice recipient of the Queen’s Award for Enterprise, in the International Trade category (awarded 2003 and 2005), the firm has [number] employees.
Trinity became the first offshore catering contractor to achieve ISO 9002: Quality Assurance Accreditation in 1994, which was later upgraded to the new ISO 9001: 2000 standard. In 2004, the firm added ISO 14001: Environmental accreditation to its portfolio.
Its largest project – to service Shell’s Bonga project in Nigeria – was a significant moment in the company’s history. Trinity played a key role in what was one of the largest vessel construction contracts in exploration and production history, feeding 1,200 people across three vessels for 37 months.
The company was proud to have been honoured with the award of a contract to provide catering services at the Royal Garden Party at Balmoral Castle which was the final event of Her Majesty the Queen’s Golden Jubilee Year.
Trinity is also committed to supporting its community, giving financial and professional backing to many charitable causes. The company marked its 21st anniversary by donating £21,000 to a transport project for Erskine, Scotland’s foremost provide of care for veterans of the armed forces and their spouses. It has also catered Christmas meals for Aberdeen homelessness charity the Cyrenians, and offered support to fundraising efforts such as Macmillan Cancer’s local appeals. Trinity also has a long-standing commitment to the Grampian Highland Games circuit.