Euroclad Group wins International Business of the Year

29 November 2021 Euroclad Group
Euroclad Group - International Business of the Year
Euroclad Group has been named a winner in the Cardiff Business Awards by winning the International Business of the Year.

2021 marks the 40th anniversary of the Euroclad Group, a company that continues to grow and expand worldwide. We have achieved market leading status in the UK and in recent years have formulated an extensive export growth strategy to achieve long term sustained growth.

Through various research methods, international focus groups and customer engagement we recognised a requirement to satisfy global demand in key international sectors. The Data Centre sector has been a major target and driver of massive growth at various strategic sites across the world.

We've had major success in a number of countries, including the Middle East, Australia, and Europe, where we've built a strong brand. Through this focused approach our strategy is now paying dividends as we are making inroads into South Africa, India and Southeast Asia.

Our products have recently been specified on a broad range of international building projects including:

  • Several data centres for global technology companies across the world including social media giants in Asia and Europe
  • Global soft drinks supplier in India
  • Major infrastructure projects in the Middle East including the Riyadh Metro, Qatar Rail, and Football World Cup stadia.
  • Food processing facilities in Ghana and Kenya

This has been achieved against a backdrop of tumultuous macro conditions, we have been fortunate to remain operational through the pandemic, battling difficult market conditions, raw materials shortages, fluctuating costs and transport difficulties.

Darren Stewart, Commercial Director commented,

The company continues to invest in our people, these awards recognise the continuing hard work and efforts of all our employees and suppliers through unprecedented times. Well done to all involved!

We are proud to have played our part throughout the pandemic supplying projects like the Vaccine Research Centre in Oxford, and our fast methods of construction allowed the Grange University hospital in Cwmbran to open ahead of schedule to relieve the strain on the NHS when needed most.

Along with our commercial activity we feel privileged in continuing our humanitarian efforts around the world, from working with third parties to develop innovative solutions for Unicef and the World Food Programme initiatives in Africa to donating building materials to disaster relief organisations in the Caribbean.

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