Congratulations to our winners
The Lanarkshire Business Excellence Awards 2019 winners were announced at a gala dinner on Friday to celebrate the achievements of our business community.
The awards recognised individual and team success across ten categories of business endeavour.
Comedienne and actress Elaine C Smith was the perfect compere for the evening and guests were entertained by Soundsational.
Thanks to the generosity of everyone who attended the awards dinner, over £8000 was raised for Kilbryde Hospice.
The winners are:
Big Bite Catering - Lanarkshire’s Best Business (0-10 employees), sponsored by Highlander International Recycling
Document Data Solutions - Lanarkshire’s Best Business (11-50 employees), sponsored by Business Gateway
Clear Business Water Ltd - Lanarkshire’s Best Business (51+ employees), sponsored by UK Steel Enterprise
Pulp-Tec Ltd - Lanarkshire’s Best New Product or Service, sponsored by LESL
Logos Logistics - Lanarkshire’s Best Family Business, sponsored by Roadbridge UK
Big Bite Catering - Lanarkshire Food & Drink Provider Award, sponsored by Clyde Gateway
Devro (Scotland) Ltd - Lanarkshire Employer of the Year, sponsored by North Lanarkshire’s Working & South Lanarkshire Works 4 U
Holiday Inn Express Hamilton - Excellence in Customer Service Award, sponsored by Made in Scotland
Soundsational - Lanarkshire Community Impact Award, sponsored by CMS Windows
Ross Kerr at Volvo Construction Equipment Haulers - Lanarkshire Apprentice of the Year, sponsored by Developing Young Workforce Lanarkshire
This is the 26th year of the awards, which are hosted by North and South Lanarkshire Councils.
Councillor Allan Graham, Convener of the Enterprise and Growth Committee at North Lanarkshire Council said: “Congratulations to all our winners, who have demonstrated excellence in the way they manage their business and deliver quality services.
“Lanarkshire is the perfect location for business, but it is the people who work in and run each company that makes them successful. Our awards recognise these people, their skills, expertise, talents and commitment and say thank you for their efforts in making Lanarkshire a great place to work and invest.”
South Lanarkshire Council’s Chair of Community and Enterprise Resources, Councillor John Anderson, said: “Lanarkshire has long been a hotbed of successful and diverse businesses and so, to be a winner at these awards, an extremely high level of excellence has to be achieved.
“The winners this year have shown that this exceptional standard is not only continuing, but flourishing, as they nurture business success, as they innovate and as they recognise the expertise and dedication of all who work with them, at every level.
“It is also important to acknowledge that the overall standard of applicants, and especially the finalists, is as a high a calibre we have had in the 26 years we have staged these awards.
“Congratulations to them all and long may they continue to contribute to the success of business across Lanarkshire.”