In 2019, 2M Holdings was presented with the prestigious Queen’s Award for International Trade.
Mottie Kessler MBE, Chairman and CEO said:
“The Chemical Industry is essential in connecting the building blocks of everyday life. Britain is an island with a rich history of trading across the world. We hope to continue our international business, more and further, to deliver the essential building blocks of everyday life for hundreds of business worldwide.”
Dr. Maggie Kessler, Export Director and 2M co-owner said:
“2M Holdings winning the Queen’s Award for International Trade sends a very strong and positive message to the UK Chemical Industry in the North of England and we are very proud of our dedicated team and our partnership with DIT.”
On 17th September 2019, over 120 people - 2M employees, suppliers and customers - travelled to 2M House, Runcorn, to witness the prestigious award being presented.
Presenting the award were: Her Majesty's Lord-Lieutenant of Cheshire, the High Sheriff of Cheshire, and The Worshipful The Mayor of Halton.
Following the award presentation, Mottie thanked all 2M employees for their excellent contributions across the group, as well as 2M Holding’s customers, suppliers, and the Department for International Trade - all of which made the award possible.
Also throughout the day, there were opportunities to attend formulation demonstrations, a practical showcase of our technical expertise and upcoming product concepts.
2M Holdings, is a portfolio of strong brand science-based companies, supplying chemicals and application know how worldwide.
Entrepreneur founded in 2004, the Group is privately owned. 2M is led by Mottie Kessler MBE, the present Chairman and CEO and Dr Maggie Kessler, International Trade Director.
Headquartered in the UK, the company has international presence in Benelux, Brazil, China, Germany, Ireland, Poland and Scandinavia. 2M export to over 90 countries.
As a company, 2M believe in the importance of STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics) education for young people. We actively invest in skills creation within our local communities and in creating access to careers in STEM in the UK and beyond.
Wednesday, 18 September 2019