Riggs Autopack Win Again At PPMA Group Industry Awards- October 05th 2017
Riggs Autopack Ltd is extremely proud to have won the "Exceptional Sales Performance” Award at the prestigious PPMA Group Industry Awards. This is the second year in a row that Riggs Autopack has been awarded this particular accolade.
The annual awards are a celebration of the best that British manufacturing has to offer. They recognise and celebrate the most creative, innovative and highest achieving businesses throughout the UK, as well as the people behind them. The awards took place on Tuesday 26th September at the National Motorcycle Museum near Birmingham, and saw more than 400 industry leaders come together for a four-course gala dinner hosted by comedian Stewart Francis and Sky Sports News presenter Hayley McQueen.
Riggs Autopack Ltd is a British manufacturer of high quality volumetric depositors and filling machines, transfer pumps and automatic conveyor filling lines. They are a UK market leader with an excellent reputation, and supply their equipment to the food production industry.
They design and build their high quality food industry depositors and filling machines at their Lancashire factory, and supply to a wide variety of food producers throughout the UK and overseas. Clients typically range from small start-up companies and artisan producers, through to large scale food manufacturers such as multi-national groups and international factories.
Riggs Autopack’s General Manager Nigel Matthews said “We are absolutely delighted to have won the Exceptional Sales Performance Award 2017 especially in light of winning this award in 2016. It’s an extraordinary achievement for our company when taking into consideration the extremely high calibre of entrants and fellow nominees. Our sincere thanks go out to the PPMA Group and the independent judging panel for this fantastic recognition, and to all our staff and valued customers”.
“This award reflects well on the high level of skill and commitment shown by our dedicated work force in assisting us to become the business we are today. Our challenge now is to keep up the momentum and continue with our plans for future growth”.