CMD Ltd Awarded Prestigious Outstanding Company 2013 Award

29th November 2013

CMD Ltd, based in Rotherham, have been awarded the prestigious accolade of Outstanding Company 2013 by business analysts Plimsoll Publishing Ltd.

CMD Ltd specialise in manufacturing and distributing office solutions such as cable management systems and the company was recognised for its work in the Electrical/Electronics category. Plimsoll is the world's leading provider of market reports and company analysis and these awards are the result of the company's latest analysis of the published annual accounts for companies in specific industries. The yearly awards recognise companies which have improved their overall financial health, based on an assessment of their overall performance. The award also takes into account whether companies have achieved solid sales growth. Steve Cole, Managing Director at CMD Ltd, commented, -Building and maintaining an outstanding financial growth takes a lot of hard work across the entire company and it's fantastic to be recognised for this. Plimsoll Publishing is a well-respected, independent body so it's exciting that they've acknowledged CMD's achievements with this award. It has been a good month for CMD as the company was also recognised by the Sheffield Star newspaper which listed CMD at number 63 in their annual top 100 SMEs in the Sheffield city region listed by profit.

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