Sheffield-Based Wholesaler Shortlisted For The National Business Awards

31st July 2017

Local firm confirmed as finalists for the Lloyd's Bank National Business Awards Pricecheck nominated for Exporter of the Year Award Firm exports to over 75 countries from its headquarters in Sheffield International wholesale and distribution business, Pricecheck, has been shortlisted for the Exporter of the Year Award at the prestigious Lloyd's Bank National Business Awards 2017.

The Exporter of the Year Award recognises British businesses that have achieved the highest and most sustainable levels of international growth through exporting in the last 18 months. The award ceremony will take place on Tuesday 14th November 2017, at the Grosvenor House Hotel, Park Lane in London where the winners will be revealed in front of 1,000 business leaders, entrepreneurs and politicians. Pricecheck has been based in Sheffield since its formation in 1978 and is well-recognised in the market for distributing toiletries, food and drink, household products, cosmetics and other branded consumer goods. The company now exports to over 75 countries around the world and partners directly with key global suppliers, distributing both regular and residual stock. On receiving the nomination for the Exporter of the Year Award, Joint Managing Director, Mark Lythe said: -We're thrilled to be shortlisted for the Lloyds Bank Exporter of the Year Award 2017. -To be part of such a prestigious event will be a great honour and a fitting tribute to the hard work of our excellent team. Pricecheck has previously picked up the Queen's Award for Enterprise in International Trade in 2015 and has also won the award for Best Export & Overseas Trade Business at the Sheffield City Region Awards in 2016. The firm's Business Development Director, Chris Roberts said: -We've increased our export activity massively in the last few years and now export to over 75 countries, which has helped to add over £11m to our annual turnover in the last year alone. -We hope that this recognition for our continued export success will also help us build on our existing range of products that includes food and drink, health and beauty, pet care, toiletries and other branded consumer goods.

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