Pallet Company gets top honours

Last updated 08:40 09/11/2012

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Glendene's The Pallet Company has walked away from last nights Westpac Auckland West Business Awards with top honours.

The company took home three awards in total also picking up the Canam Group Excellence in Innovation and Improvement, and Rosebank Business Association Excellence in Sustainable Success Awards.

Chair of judges Chad Wilkie says the company excelled in its awards entry and provided evidence of its increased profitability and revenue.

"The Pallet Company has built steadily over a number of years, demonstrates great leadership, clear strategic aims, and well communicated and executed plans," says Mr Wilkie.

More than 550 people attended the 18th annual awards ceremony at The Trusts Stadium to acknowledge the winners of the evening's nine categories and supreme award.

This year's awards attracted 129 entries from a diverse mix of companies with entrants from the construction, retail, health, and food sectors.

2012 Westpac Auckland West Business Awards - Winners

Westpac Supreme Business Excellence Award

Winner: The Pallet Company Limited

Douglas Pharmaceuticals Excellence in Leadership 

Winner: Mani Group of Companies Limited

Airpro Excellence in Strategy and Planning

Winner: Hi-Tech Packaging Limited

Carlton Party Hire Excellence in Customer Engagement

Winner: Plumbing World Limited

UHY Haines Norton Excellence in Information Management

Winner: Freeviewshop

Unitec Excellence in Workforce Development

Winner: WALSH Trust

Canam Group Excellence in Innovation and Improvement

Winner: The Pallet Company Limited

Rosebank Business Association Excellence in Sustainable Success

Winner: The Pallet Company Limited

Corban Revell Lawyers Small Business of the Year

Winner: Kelvin Armstrong Auto Repairs Limited (KAAR)

Alloy Yachts Best Emerging Business

Winner: The Tasting Shed

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