Proud as can be: Chatteris firm displays its special accolade from Fenland Enterprise Business Awards

17:28 21 October 2013

ALS Food and Pharmaceutical team with their Fenland Business Awards.

ALS Food and Pharmaceutical team with their Fenland Business Awards.

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Fenland Business Awards winners ALS Food and Pharmaceutical are displaying their award and certificate in reception after being recognised by the judges for their achievements.

The Chatteris firm took home the Judges Award presented to a company that didn’t win one of the nine awards but in the judges opinion deserved recognition.

The award and finalist certificates were received by a selection of the staff on shift at the site this week.

ALS is one of the leading providers of pharmaceutical testing in the UK and Ireland.

The Cambs Times and Wisbech Standard asked for winners to contact us to let us know where their awards have been placed. If your business hasn’t featured yet in the paper then please email us your award photo and send to john.elworthy@archant.co.uk

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