Heald Ltd, the Yorkshire-based manufacturer of hostile vehicle mitigation systems is celebrating double success during The Manufacturer’s Digital Manufacturing Week which took place in Liverpool during 12th – 16th November.
With a listing in both The Manufacturer Top 100 List and a win at the MX Awards, the recognition is testament to a record year for Heald which has seen revenues increase by 60% through increasing its distribution networks in the USA, Europe and rest of the world.
At a ceremony held at the Exhibition Centre Liverpool, Managing Director, Debbie Heald MBE was named as an Exemplar in The Manufacturer Top 100 listing (ranking in the Top 20), having been identified as an inspiring leader and someone who drives cultural change within the manufacturing industry. The list showcases the most inspiring individuals in industry, to illustrate the enthusiasm and commitment present in modern manufacturing.
"I am incredibly proud to be named as an Exemplar in the Top 100, alongside some of the UKs manufacturing greats."
Managing Director, Debbie Heald MBE
Heald were also awarded a surprise win during The Manufacturer MX Awards which took place the following evening. Having been named as a finalist in the Export category, Heald were named on the evening as the winners of the Progressive SME Award. The category was open to all finalists with Heald being announced the winners following an in-depth review process which included a presentation before a judging panel.
Commenting on Heald’s success, Debbie Heald MBE said: “I am incredibly proud to be named as an Exemplar in the Top 100, alongside some of the UK’s manufacturing greats. I am also extremely proud of the Heald team who play an integral role in the success of the business helping to drive forward innovation in manufacturing. To be awarded the Progressive SME award is testament to their hard work and dedication”.
Success with The Manufacturer comes shortly after the company secured a double award win at the Yorkshire Post Business Awards where Heald won the Turnover up to £10m Award, while Debbie Heald MBE took home the Leadership Award.
For more information visit www.heald.uk.com
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