Last week ReAgent was invited to attend the Chemicals North West Awards 2016. We had been nominated in two categories, ‘Supply Chain Award’ & ‘International Trade Award sponsored by UKTI’.
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A Night to Remember – Chemicals North West 2016
The event has being hosted at the Hilton Hotel in Manchester Deansgate on the 10th of March. Our sales director, Darren and operations director, Simon went along to the event to represent the company for the night. Chemicals Northwest is am industry led, chemical cluster support organisation for the £10 billion North West chemical sector, which is the largest in the UK. Each year they host an awards event showcasing some of the best businesses and organisations in the industry, highlighting their outstanding work. When we where informed we had been nominated for an award we where honored. You can learn more about the Chemicals North West membership organisation by visiting their website.
ReAgent Chemicals was commended in the ‘Supply Chain Award’ category and we have been invited back for next years award ceremony. As always we will strive to provide the best service to all of our customers and we hope to see all of the other organisations and companies back at the ceremony next year!
“I was extremely proud to represent the team at ReAgent Chemicals at this year’s Chemicals Northwest Awards 2016, alongside Darren Wilson. It was a fantastic event, and we were awarded a High Commendation in the Supply Chain Category for the 2016 awards. This is testament to the hard work everyone behind the scenes puts in on a daily basis to make ReAgent such a success. We are already looking forward to next year’s awards, where we hopefully will have even more to celebrate!”
A Full list of all of the winners and nominations are available on the Chemicals North West website– a huge congratulations from winners in all categories!
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