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Recognition at the double for Blakemans



Sausage manufacturer James T. Blakeman is celebrating after being nominated for two prestigious business awards.


The Newcastle-under-Lyme based company has been announced as a finalist in the Staffordshire Chambers’ 2018 Business Awards in the Manufacturer of the Year category as well as shortlisted for Signal Radio’s Inspiration in Business Awards where the company has been put forward for “training excellence”.

James Morris, head of business development at James T. Blakeman, said: “It is a tremendous honour to get through to the final stages of such important awards against the best the business world has to offer in this area.

“It is testament to the hard work and commitment of all of the staff here at Blakemans. We aim to produce quality products that our customers love and when you get recognition for your efforts it is a great boost to all concerned.”

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