We would like to congratulate the Webster and Horsfall Group on their success at the Greater Birmingham Chamber of Commerce (GBCC Awards. Webster and Horsfall Ltd and Latch and Bachelor Ltd won the Excellence in Manufacturing award, and Tyseley Energy Park (TEP) were shortlisted for the Excellence in Sustainability award.

The Webster and Horsfall group joined eighty-two shortlisted organisations on Thursday 16 March at the ICC where they were announced as the winners in the manufacturing award category.

With over 300 years in business, Webster and Horsfall are one of the UK’s leading manufacturers of wire and strip providing bespoke products to a diverse range of clients throughout Europe, North America, and Asia, who won this award alongside their sister company, Latch and Batchelor, who specialise in wire ropes for mining, haulage, structural and general engineering applications.

Speaking about the award, Director Jonathan Horsfall said: “We were honoured to accept the award on behalf of Webster & Horsfall for our commitment to manufacturing excellence. Such excellency would not be possible without the unwavering support and dedication of our employees, customers, and partnerships. Thank you to the Greater Birmingham Chambers of Commerce for recognizing our efforts with this award, among such an esteemed group of companies.”

GBCC’s chief commercial officer Katrina Cooke said: “The judges were extremely impressed by the standard of entries for this year’s award, which reflects the breadth, diversity and talent of businesses across the region.

We would like to thank panel for taking the time to review the applications. We also commend the huge number of companies who took the time to complete entries.”