West Suffolk-based global ingredients manufacturer and solutions provider and Suffolk Chamber of Commerce member, Treatt plc has scooped a prestigious regional award – and stands a chance of doing the same nationally.
Treatt was a regional winner in the High Growth Business of the Year category in the 2017 business awards run by the British Chambers of Commerce, of which Suffolk Chamber is an accredited member.
The company recently announced that it has performed exceptionally well throughout the financial year and has, therefore, met its 2020 business objectives three years ahead of schedule.
Daemmon Reeve, Treatt Group chief executive received the award from Suffolk Chamber’s chief executive John Dugmore in front of 60 guests at the Chamber’s October networking lunch held at Woodhall Manor, near Woodbridge yesterday (17 October).
Daemmon Reeve commented “Treatt’s profits have increased each year since 2012 and this is the direct result of our focus on culture and employee engagement. It’s been an amazing journey so far and I’m lucky enough to work with a fantastic team of people who are all very focused on the future success of the business.
“Winning the Regional High Growth Business of the Year Award is a fantastic achievement for us all.”
John Dugmore said “Treatt is a great example of the growing Suffolk business success story, based on innovation, expertise and great customer service. The company thoroughly deserves this recognition and I’m hopeful that more success lies ahead.”
“We were especially pleased to make this announcement as our guest speaker at this event was Francis Martin, president of the British Chambers of Commerce. It is great that another Suffolk business is able to display its amazing achievements in front of a national as well as a local audience. Brand Suffolk is all the better for Treatt’s success.”
Treatt and other regional winners across the various awards categories will now go through to the finals which will be announced at the British Chambers Gala Awards Dinner on Thursday 30 November at The Brewery, London.
Picture of the certificate presentation attached. L2R John Dugmore, chief executive Suffolk Chamber of Commerce, Francis Martin, president British Chambers of Commerce, Daemonn Reeve, chief executive Treatt Group, Graham Abbey, president Suffolk Chamber of Commerce. Photo credit David Garrad.