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DCN win Exporter of the Year Award

02 October 2015

DCN are thrilled to announce that we have won the Exporter of the Year category at the PPMA Group Industry Awards on Tuesday 29 September 2015. We were recognised for our outstanding efforts in the export market through sales growth, exhibiting in overseas trade shows and establishing relationships with new agents.

DCN saw off stiff competition from a variety of processing and packaging companies at the ceremony which was held at the National Motorcycle Museum in Birmingham. The panel of judges remarked that DCN were chosen because of their significant growth in the export field over the past year. This is in part down to responding to the huge demand for quality food processing equipment in America and opening a new office in Michigan – DCN North America. We currently have agents across the globe in Norway, Australia, New Zealand and Russia promoting our range of food processing equipment. We have appointed a new agent for the South Africa region where we hope to grow sales of our Jet Cook Steam Infusion System for the production of Maheu, a maize based South African drink.

DCN have also been exhibiting in more overseas exhibitions, including shows in Australia, Russia, Germany and Chicago. We will be exhibiting at Gulfood Manufacturing, Dubai in October and ProPak Africa, Johannesburg in March next year.

Annabel Norris (Sales & Marketing) commented: “This award is great recognition for the hard work the team at DCN have put into making our innovative food processing equipment a global success. We would like to thank our agents who are continually working with us to break into emerging and existing markets. We have adapted to new challenges, and expanded our product range to meet the current and future needs of food producers worldwide.”

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