Shelforce has been nominated for Excellence in Manufacturing Award at the 2024 Greater Birmingham Chambers of Commerce Awards.

The fabricator, which employs predominantly people with disabilities, is one of four businesses up for Excellence in Manufacturing, while one of the 11 category winners will be crowned the overall Greater Birmingham Business of the Year – which the company won three years ago.

The company, a service within Birmingham City Council, has won a number of accolades in recent years, including last year gaining the King’s Award for Enterprise in Promoting Opportunity (through social mobility) .

Business Manager Howard Trotter said of the latest nomination: “This acknowledgment is a testament to the hard work and dedication of our entire team at Shelforce, who continually strive for excellence in all facets of our manufacturing processes.

“We were delighted to be crowned the overall Greater Birmingham Business of the Year in 2021 and it ultimately gave us the confidence to enter and win the King’s Award for Enterprise.”

The winners will be announced at the black-tie dinner and awards, which is sponsored by Birmingham University and will be attended by around 1,200 people, on February 15 at The ICC in Birmingham city centre.

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