Nu-Track Ltd picked up an Excellence 3 Star Award at the Centre for Competitiveness (CforC) organised event at the Clandeboye Lodge in Bangor on Thursday, January 29.
CforC Chief Executive, Bob Barbour, said: “This year’s award recipients represent a range of industries across sectors who have a commitment to ensure excellence is an integral part of what they do, so I warmly congratulate them on their achievements. There are many advantages for organisations in taking part in the Excellence Awards process, and by passionately pursuing quality excellence they become leaner, more profitable, more sustainable and therefore more competitive.”
Throughout the process, which awards organisations from a range of industries and sectors in Ireland, applicants from across the island can measure themselves against each other, learning from a wide pool of best practice. In total this year 15 organisations, including 12 from Northern Ireland, won awards at various levels of recognition.
Nu-Track Ltd had to illustrate its employees’ dedication, low absenteeism, high productivity, customer satisfaction and superior financial performance.
Rob Shiels, Business Improvement Manager, said: “It is an honour to collect this award on behalf of Nu-Track. The company has come a long way since its takeover in November 2012 and this recognition illustrates the commitment from all involved to the continuous improvement of our business. We believe the EFQM model for excellence is an excellent marker used to improve how businesses operate and would like to thank everyone involved in making the achievement of this prestigious award possible.”