Orisec wins Emerging Exporter Award at Insider North West International Trade Awards

January 15, 2024

Orisec, an award-winning British manufacturer and designer of a complete range of Grade 2 and Grade 3 intruder alarm products, are delighted to announce that they have been awarded the prestigious ‘Emerging Exporter Award’ at the recent Insider North West International Trade Awards ceremony, held at the renowned Lowry Hotel in Manchester, UK.

The Award recognises the export achievements of companies that have been involved in exporting goods, services or technology for up to 5 years, and is a proud accolade for Orisec, who have recently embarked on an international expansion plan, with Ana Maria Sagra-Smith joining the Orisec Team to drive their export growth strategy.

Jon Green, Orisec’s Managing Director, commented: “We are absolutely delighted to win this prestigious award. It is a huge honour for Orisec and well deserved recognition to all the team at Orisec for their continuous hard work and dedication to the company. We are very excited about the future and our international growth plans, following our success in the UK.”

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