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Manufacturer wins at Bradford Means Business awards

Mansfield Pollard has won two awards at the Bradford Means Business awards.

Mansfield Pollard MD Joanna Robinson is the first woman to be officially elected to form part of the Building and Engineering Services Association (B&ES) Ductwork Group Executive Committee.

In June this year, the company scored a double win at the Telegraph & Argus’s Bradford Means Business Awards 2014.

They were named Manufacturer of the Year and Winner of Winners on the night.

Based on Parry Lane, Bradford, Mansfield Pollard designs and manufactures bespoke equipment to improve the environments of hospitals, schools, supermarkets, leisure chains, food processors and the rapidly expanding data centre market throughout the world.

The equipment they produce includes ventilation and air conditioning systems, acoustic and anti-vibration equipment, controls, air-handling units and kitchen extraction canopies.

This highly-technical equipment is sought after by the likes of Rolls Royce, BMW, Astra Zeneca, Asda, Kelloggs and TGI Friday, to name but a few.

A typical project for the Cantech kitchen ventilation division is the installation of seven canopies for a demonstration kitchen at Morrisons head office.

The Mallard division produced 11 air-handling units for a new Selfridges store at the Bullring in Birmingham and, with all divisions working together, installed a range of air-handling ventilation equipment and controls as part of a major refurbishment to Llandudno General Hospital.

Exports soar as the company strengthens ties with the Middle East, Russia, West Africa and the Gulf States.

They have also won further international business through indirect exports via UK customers, which has resulted in overseas business accounting for around 30 per cent of turnover and seen their equipment installed in some impressive places like the magnificent Burj Khalifa, the tallest building in the world, and the O2Arena.

Its largest-ever kitchen canopy unit was 39 metres long for a food-processing factory in St Petersburg, Russia. Currently under construction is a giant air conditioning unit for a new sports stadium in Azerbaijan.

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