Fullers Kick Off New Decade with Award Nomination07 Jan
Multi-Channel Fulfilment and Logistics Specialist Shortlisted for SME Award.
Slough, UK – 8th January 2020 – Fullers Logistics provide end-to-end warehousing, fulfilment and distribution services to a range of clients across the Thames Valley and are delighted to announce that we have been a shortlisted nominee for SME of the year and will be celebrating our success at the Thames Valley Business & Community Awards.
HUNDREDS of nominations have been whittled down to a shortlist for the Thames Valley Business & Community Awards 2019. The awards scheme, organised by Great British Expos, recognises the region’s most ambitious, inspirational and exciting businesses, charities and individuals.
The SME award is for businesses that demonstrate its ability to grow and have a clear understanding of the market in which it operates in and Tony Dempsey, Managing Director at Fullers explains why the business should win the award: “Our business is one that is heavily process driven, but I firmly believe that it is in fact the people behind the process that make a significant difference for our clients. Our people work incredibly hard to provide exceptional service to each one of our clients and have built their own culture of continuous improvement, to ensure that as a business we are always going the extra mile.”
Dempsey continues, “It is important to me that our staff receive the recognition they deserve for the job that they do and the value they add to our clients, not just internally but on an external stage; and that is why I would like to nominate not simply our organisation but the people that make Fullers Logistics what it is, for the Thames Valley SME of the year award.”
Fullers Logistics’ focus for 2020 will be to expand the business and support more of the fantastic companies out there who are trying to leverage online retail channels. As a business Fullers has invested heavily in recent years to provide customers with flexible options for storing good in multi-user facilities.
The Thames Valley Business and Community Awards judging process will see a range of esteemed entrepreneurs come together to scrutinise and select the finalists from the short-listed nominees and choose the winners among them.
Alec Jones-Hall, Director of Thames Valley Business and Community Award’s said, “We are proud and excited to be celebrating outstanding achievement across the region and rewarding those who are making a huge impact throughout the Thames Valley.”
The winners from the 14 categories will be announced at the award ceremony in The Hilton, Reading, on Thursday January 30th.
You can see the shortlisted nominees for the awards here: http://www.thamesvalleyawards.co.uk