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Vortex shortlisted for SHAPA award

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Vortex Global has been shortlisted as a finalist for the Solids Handling and Processing Association (SHAPA) Company of the Year Award.

To be considered for the award companies must demonstrate achievement, improved sales success, or deployment of industry best practices. Vortex was selected as a finalist for the award due to the company’s rapid growth in both company size and sales.

Although Vortex has experienced six consecutive years of growth in the United Kingdom and in export markets, the company realised record growth of 44 percent in 2016. Such growth was assisted by Vortex Global expanding its sales portfolio to now include more than 50 countries, including major orders secured in the UK, Germany and Vietnam. In addition, the company’s new Loading Solutions offerings are the fastest growing portion of the Vortex portfolio, with Vortex loading equipment now installed on six continents.

“We are very honoured to join Russell Finex and Vent-Tech as finalists for this award,” said Travis Young, Executive Vice President of Marketing and Global Strategy at Vortex. “SHAPA has been an invaluable resource for Vortex over the years and is an organisation that truly serves the solids processing industry.”

Entry to these awards is open to all UK-registered, SHAPA member and non-member companies and institutions operating in the solids handling and processing industry. The winner will be announced and presented at the SHAPA AGM & Solids Handling Industry Awards Dinner on Tuesday, April 25, 2017.

Read the article online at: https://www.worldcement.com/europe-cis/12042017/vortex-shortlisted-for-shapa-award/

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