Aberdeen based LMS, specialists in load monitoring equipment were awarded the 'Small Company of the Year' Award at The Press and Journal's 2019 Gold Awards.
The “Small Company of the Year” category honours the best small company's commitment to people, culture, the North Sea and the Aberdeen community. LMS was presented with the prestigious industry award last night (06 September) at the 5th Gold Awards annual ceremony held at the Chester Hotel.
The team is absolutely thrilled to be recognised for their dedication and commitment which in the last three years has resulted in significant growth of 180% and geographical diversification seeing the business operating across over 40 countries worldwide.
With a key focus on people, innovation and quality, LMS has encouraged a collaborative approach through fostering a worldwide distributor network across all continents further supporting a 55% turnover from international trade.
Kirk Anderson, Managing Director said: “Winning this award is an incredible achievement for LMS and we are delighted that the judges recognised just how far we have come.
“We are now holding influence in wider global energy hotspots around the world and I would like to personally thank our team for their hard work and determination to deliver an exceptional service, always providing a personal touch for the benefit of our customers.”
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