Russell Finex shortlisted for the Exporter of the Year and Innovation Awards at the 2021 SHAPA Awards.
Formed in 1981, the Solids Handling and Processing Association (SHAPA) is the leading association for the solids handling and processing industry. Despite an unprecedented year that has challenged many businesses across the globe, these awards recognize companies who show excellence in the solids handling industry. The awards were unique this year, as companies were reviewed and shortlisted on their resilience throughout the COVID19 pandemic.
Russell Finex is pleased to be shortlisted for two awards this year, a particularly impressive feat after a year operating throughout the pandemic: the Export and the Innovation awards for the upgraded Russell Superclamp™. This most recent nomination joins a history of accolades and nominations from SHAPA, with Russell Finex winning the Export Award in 2018, and the Innovation Award in 2017.
The awards ceremony is due to be held online, at 10:00am on the 21st April. Russell Finex looks forward to joining the other finalists, and is committed to constantly striving towards further development of its export and product services.
Managing Director Ray Singh said this about being shortlisted: “It is yet again another great achievement for Russell Finex that we have been shortlisted for these two categories. It shows our resilience as a company, our continued dedication to improve and continually develop products, and proves to external stakeholders that we’re a strong competitor in the solids handling and processing industry.”
Russell Finex wishes the best of luck to other companies and looks forward to the results being announced in a few weeks' time.