Second Queen’s Award received by Gripple

Gripple has received a second Queen’s Award for Enterprise — this time for the growth of its international business. The Gripple wire suspension system is widely used to support services such as ductwork, pipework and lighting, and nearly 300 million wire joiners have been sold to this and other industries since it was invented 20 years ago. Gripple has over 220 employees worldwide, many of them multilingual. The photo is at the company’s headquarters, The Old West Gun Works in Sheffield. Managing director Mark Edmonds says, ‘This award is a tremendous honour and a huge milestone in Gripple’s development as a world-beating customer-focused company. We are delighted that our ongoing efforts to expand our international business have also been recognised in such a highly prestigious way.’
For more information on this story, click here: May, 08 65
Related links:
Related articles:



modbs tv logo

Construction Skills Certification Scheme (CSCS) Smart Check launched to boost competence and fight fraud

Construction Skills Certification Scheme (CSCS) has developed a ‘Smart Check’ app to help construction site operators verify the identities and qualifications of more than two million skills card holders. 

MBS attends the BESA launch of ‘safe havens’ blueprint for air quality

The Building Engineering Services Association (BESA) has completed its trilogy of free guides designed to help building owners and managers turn their buildings into ‘safe havens’ that protect occupants from health risks linked to airborne contaminants and viruses.