Sheffield engineering group wins regional heat for Manufacturer of the Year Award

Published:  14 November, 2014

President Engineering Group, a Sheffield-based manufacturing group supplying specialist products to the industrial gas and energy industries worldwide, has won the Manufacturer of the Year award in the Yorkshire and Humber heats of the British Chamber of Commerce Awards 2014.

The British Chambers of Commerce (BCC) Chamber Awards showcases the best of regional businesses.

Having won the Yorkshire and Humber regional Manufacturer of the Year Award for 2014, President Engineering Group Ltd will now go forward to represent the Yorkshire and Humber in the national finals, which take place in London in November.

Mark Henley, managing director of President Engineering Group, said: “We have invested heavily in improving our manufacturing capabilities over the past 12 months and this award is testament to the hard work and efforts of our team. We are looking forward to the national finals!”

Nora Senior, president of the British Chambers of Commerce (BCC) said: “As the UK economy continues to go from strength to strength, it is great to meet so many inspirational businesses like President Engineering Group that are tirelessly driving the growth agenda. Their determination and creativity and the positive impact they are having on their local communities never fails to impress me.

“These businesses are hungry for growth, constantly seeking new opportunities in local and global economies, creating new products for market, and sharing best practice with their peers. These businesses play a crucial role in creating a balanced and prosperous economy, and one that is admired on the global stage.”

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