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Greenbank Presented Technology and Business of the Year Awards!

Burton Mail Business of the YearGreenbank Group UK has been named Business of the Year by a Midlands-based media group.

The accolade was the latest in a string of high-profile honours for the Greenbank Group, which also scooped the prize for Best Use of Innovation and Technology at the Burton Mail Business Awards.

The latest award wins cap a remarkable period of recognition for the company, following hot on the heels of success at the Derbyshire Business Awards, organised by the Derbyshire, Nottinghamshire and Leicestershire Chamber of Commerce.

Greenbank, which celebrated its 60th anniversary this year, took top honours in the Sustainability and Achievement in International Business categories just weeks after its research activities earned it an Advanced Manufacturing and Technology Award in a national Made in the UK competition.

Charles Conroy, Greenbank Managing Director, said: “We are delighted at these latest accolades, particularly the Business Of The Year Award.

“It is further recognition and reward for all the hard work of our staff, and a reflection of our ongoing commitment to provide innovative solutions to customers across a broad range of industries.

“We will continue to develop as an award-winning business, investing heavily in research and development whilst exploring new markets both at home and overseas.”

Over the past six decades, the Woodville-based Greenbank Group has grown into a global leader in the development and delivery of products and services for industries such as power generation and mining.

It also supports companies involved in the manufacture of steel, paper and glass, whilst its extensive research and development arm is now helping to develop volcanic ash detection systems for the aviation industry.

Charles added: “We will continue to diversify and extend our range of products and services, whilst maintaining the excellent levels of service that our existing customers have come to expect of us.”
24 October 2014

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