‘We have had to adjust how we interact with our customers and we’ve met that challenge’
A global leader in wet processing technology, Cookstown-based CDE designs and engineers solutions for the sand and aggregates, mining, construction and demolition waste recycling, industrial sands, and environmental sectors.
Since 1992, it has grown to be the largest wet processing equipment company in the world.
It attributes that success to a focus on developing and improving materials processing technology in a way which allows customers to maximise return on investment, minimise environmental impact and gain significant competitive advantage.
Speaking at the awards, head of marketing Sarah Corr said: “We’ve had one of the busiest years ever and we’ve had to adjust how we work. We’ve moved a lot of our events and interactions online, changed how we engaged with customers and that’s been a challenge given we’re a B2B organisation with a usually very personal approach.
“We ran our first virtual conference in October 2020, and such was its success, we reached people we ordinarily wouldn’t and couldn’t have. It was so popular we ran another in May.
“Winning this award shows that there is strength and resilience in the entire team. While there are only 12 of us in the marketing department, we cover a big reach operating across seven different regions. For us, this award is a credit to that team.
“Thank you to the Belfast Telegraph for allowing us to receive recognition and attend an event.”