Active Pest Management Wins 2017 Northern Rivers Business Excellence Award

Active Pest Management won the 2017 Northern Rivers Regional​ Business Excellence Award ​ (Trade & Manufacturing) sponsored by TAFE NSW, coming out on top over five other competitors.

Ballina, Australia - October 12, 2017 /PressCable/ —

Active Pest Management – The Pesties in Blue was named winner of the 2017 Northern Rivers’ Regional Business Excellence Award, Trades and Manufacturing, beating five other competitors to take home top honours.

Sponsors TAFE NSW presented the award to Active Pest Management by the Northern Rivers NSW Business Chamber at a gala evening held at Elements of Byron Resort, Bay Byron. Details about the award can be found on the company website blog.

Potential award recipients were required to submit an online entry, detailing responses to questions about business structure, performance and finances to be in contention for the Regional Trade & Manufacturing Business Excellence Award.

Entrants were judged via a rigorous process with a panel of adjudicators selected from subject matter experts and practitioners in areas of trade & manufacturing, award category sponsors and NSW Business Chamber representatives. Tony Dunn and Jim Burgess, Co-owner/Managers of Active Pest Management, based in Ballina, NSW, are pleased about the company’s performance, saying:

“APM didn’t expect this. It’s heartening to receive this regional award, because it means all the hard work put in by the team is being recognised and it’s paying off,” says Tony.

“It shows Active Pest Management are actually heading a long way toward succeeding at what we set out to do, which is to be the best in the business, for the benefit of all customers and the staff.” adds Jim.

Active Pest Management have also won two more awards in 2017, plus one in 2016 and its first in 2013, being:

Winner of the 2017 Ballina & Hinterland Business Excellence Award (Trade & Manufacturing)

Winner of the 2017 Ballina & Hinterland Workplace Safety Business Award

Winner of the 2016 Ballina & Hinterland Workplace Safety Business Award

Winner of the 2013 Ballina & Hinterland Business Excellence Award (Trade & Manufacturing)

Persons interested in learning more about Active Pest Management – The Pesties in Blue and the award can visit the website at http://activepest.com.au

Contact Info:
Name: Tony Dunn
Organization: Active Pest Management
Address: 45 Kerr Street, Ballina, New South Wales 2478, Australia

For more information, please visit http://activepest.com.au

Source: PressCable

Release ID: 249251

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