8 June 2021
GLOSSOP CARTONS SHORTLISTED IN MAJOR REGIONAL MANUFACTURING AWARDS
Glossop Cartons, one of the UK’s leading carton board packaging manufacturers, has been shortlisted in the Made in the North West awards. The Stockport-based firm has been shortlisted in the Manufacturer of the Year award (under £25 million) category of the high-profile awards, which celebrate the great and the good of the region’s manufacturing sector.
Achieving year on year growth of 32%, despite the challenges of Covid-19, the company is now one of the leading names in carton board manufacturing, supplying a diverse range of market sectors, including pharmaceutical and beauty, food and drink, personal healthcare and household.
The last 12 months have been one of the most successful trading periods for Glossop Cartons, with the business successfully supporting its key customers throughout the pandemic and keeping pace with any additional packaging demands.
Wayne Fitzpatrick, managing director at Glossop Cartons, said: “We are thrilled to be up for this prestigious regional award, which celebrates the achievements of some of the finest manufacturing firms in the North West.
“It’s been an exciting time for Glossop Cartons since the management buyout in February and we have sustained impressive growth and made successful in-roads into new markets. It means a great deal for us to be up there alongside some of the region’s top manufacturers and for our team to be recognised for its expertise and hard work.”
The winners will be announced at a black tie event at the Lowry Hotel in Manchester on 28 July.
Established in 1982, Glossop Cartons is one of the UK’s leading innovators of packaging solutions, including cartons, sleeves, wallets, blister pack cards, skin pack cards, counter-top and shelf displays, header and hanging cards. The firm’s customers span a diverse range of sectors, such as FMCG, pharmaceutical, personal care, automotive and household. The business currently employs 100 people.
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