Halesowen based procurement and supply chain specialists Entec International has been named as a finalist in this year’s Black Country Chamber of Commerce business awards.
“It’s a great way to mark our 30-year anniversary milestone,” says Entec Group CEO Chris Syner. “We’re delighted to be shortlisted and recognised in this way for our considerable achievements and continued growth.”
Entec delivered its best-ever results for 2018 and is heading for another bumper year in in 2019. It has secured substantial new business contracts, expanded into new regions such as Austrialia and New Zealand as well as Pakistan, and has broken into a new sector for the company – mining and minerals.
Most of Entec’s business has traditionally been in Africa and the Middle East, providing 3PMRO services for several major blue-chip FMCG companies with global brands, including global and local sourcing, procurement, logistics and spares inventory management. Clients benefit from significantly reduced costs, administration and CO2 emissions, with increased efficiency, better control and visibility as Entec becomes a sole partner, managing multiple suppliers and supply chains worldwide.
In line with its year on year growth, Entec has scaled up its management and IT teams and this year has appointed new business development and project managers, who travel internationally to support its continued growth.
Commenting, Corin Crane, Black Country Chamber of Commerce Chief Executive, said: “All the award applications have been brilliant, and the judges have had an incredibly tough job shortlisting, I would like congratulate the finalists.”
The Black Country Chamber Awards are the region’s leading business awards and the Export Business of the Year Award is sponsored by Wolverhampton Racecourse. Winners will be announced on Friday 15th November.