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Brandon Medical Co. Ltd.

Brandon Medical Double-Triumph at MediLink Awards

Mr Graeme Hall, MD of Brandon Medical, accepting the award

Brandon Medical are celebrating a double-triumph at the MediLink (Yorkshire & Humber) Healthcare Business Awards – winning both the “Export Achievement” and “Overall Winner” awards, as well as being one of 3 nominees for the “Customer Service” award. These awards come on the back of Brandon’s most successful year-to-date with large orders to supply their ranges of medical lighting and operating theatre equipment to hospitals in both the UK and overseas.

The Award Ceremony, held in Headingley Cricket Stadium and sponsored by Smith & Nephew, is a major event in the Healthcare Industry calendar with over 150 leading industry figures attending.

The Export Achievement Award, sponsored by Eversheds and presented by Mr Matthew Hattersely, was won on the back of large orders to countries as far apart as Ghana, Libya, South Africa, Mexico, China and even Afghanistan! Brandon have expanded their distribution network substantially in the last year and can now boast over 30 partners worldwide.

The Overall Award was presented Mr Andrew Boyes, Commercial Director of award sponsor Smith & Nephew. This award was given as recognition of Brandon’s excellent recent export record, high levels of customer service and consistent product innovation – all helping toward the systematic growth of one of the countries most successful healthcare businesses.

The nomination for the Customer Service award was based on Brandon’s unique strategy of supporting customers with free, detailed technical information combined with guidance from their highly-skilled customer-facing staff.

Mr Graeme Hall, MD of Brandon Medical, was present to receive the awards. Mr Hall commented “it is an honour to receive these awards, especially as they are voted for by our peers. It is very pleasing for our hard work over the last several years to be recognized in this way.”