What More UK has been named an ‘export champion’ by the Department for International Trade (DIT) North West for the fourth consecutive year.

What More UK crowned export champ for north-west

What More UK has been named an ‘export champion’ by the Department for International Trade (DIT) North West for the fourth consecutive year.

Tony Grimshaw OBE, director of the Lancashire-based housewares supplier, said: “The Export Champions is a group of successful exporters from a range of industries across the north-west.

“Together we share best practice through events and provide mentoring support to other north-west businesses looking to get started with exporting or to grow their export markets.

“What More is grateful for the support we received from UKTI [UK Trade and Investment] and DIT when we started out exporting in 2008. Being an Export Champion is the perfect way for us to help other companies across the UK who are in the position that we were in back then.”

What More UK has been exporting for a decade, and recently added Philippines to its list of international markets, bringing the total to 71. It holds of the Queen’s Award for Enterprise in recognition of outstanding achievements in international trade.

The business is a leading manufacturer of plastic housewares under the Wham brand, with a portfolio of more than 700 products. In 2014 the company diversified into bakeware and today produces a range of Wham Cook non-stick and vitreous enamel bakeware at its purpose-built manufacturing facility. What More UK also owns the PushPan brand bakeware range.

 

What More UK director Tony Grimshaw OBE

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