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Banner Chemicals UK adds Northern Powerhouse Export Champions Award to Queen's Award for International Trade
Banner Chemicals UK, a member of 2M Holdings group, has this year been given both the Queen's Award for International Trade and the Northern Powerhouse Export Champions Award, by UK Government's Department for International Trade - in recognition of significant export growth.
The world's sole owner of Perklone and Triklone, the company produces a huge portfolio of products which includes a range of surfactants for household & industrial hygiene cleaning and precision cleaning, as well as coatings and fragrances.
"The chemical industry is essential in connecting the building blocks of everyday life," says Mottie Kessler MBE, chairman and CEO. "Britain is an island with a rich history of trading across the world. We hope to continue our international business, more and further, to deliver the essential building blocks of everyday life for hundreds of business worldwide."
Dr. Maggie Kessler, export director and 2M co-owner says:
"We are delighted for the awards recognition and delighted to supply our branded Perklone and Triklone products worldwide to many satisfied customers.
"2M Holdings winning the Queen's Award for International Trade sends a very strong and positive message to the UK Chemical Industry in the North of England and we are very proud of our dedicated team and our partnership with DIT.
"2M would like to thank its excellent teams across the group, as well as its customers and suppliers for successful partnership."
Headquartered in the UK, the company has international presence in Benelux, Brazil, China, Germany, Ireland, Poland and Scandinavia. 2M export to over 90 countries.
Our picture shows HRH the Duke of Gloucester looking at the Export map of 2M Group, DIT's Export Champion for the North of the UK. From left: Richie Laws, technical development chemist; Dr Maggie Kessler; David Briggs, MBE, K.St.J , The Lord-Lieutenant of Cheshire; Mottie Kessler MBE, 2M Group founder; Andrew Payne, production logistics, and Francis Tsika-Kabala export supply chain manager)
29th August 2019