Prize supplier up for three awards

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INVERNESS based Gael Force Group has been shortlisted for three prizes at the annual Highland Business Awards.
The leading aquaculture supplier has been recognised in the Outstanding Performing Business for 25+ employees and Inverness and Ross-shire Business of the Year categories.
And Gael Force’s group managing director and founder, Stewart Graham, is up for the Business Leader of the Year honour.
Last year, the company won Outstanding Performing Business for 25+ employees at the same event.
Now in their sixth year, the awards highlight the best businesses within the Highlands and islands region.
Marc Wilson, group marketing manager, said: ‘News of our nomination to three shortlists is fantastic recognition of the incredible growth and outstanding success that Gael Force Group continues to deliver to all our stakeholders.
‘Behind the ongoing success is our constant drive to innovate and collaborate in the markets we serve, with a mission to be the trusted product and service supplier of choice to our customers.
‘We are extremely proud of our ability to listen to customers about their needs and the strong commitment we hold towards our core values.
‘Being contenders in multiple award categories is a special acknowledgement of these strengths.’
Also making the shortlist are salmon farmers Loch Duart, which is in the running for Caithness and Sutherland Business of the Year, and Wester Ross Salmon, which is a finalist for the Exporter of the Year award.
The winners will be announced at a ceremony in Inverness on Friday, September 28.
Picture: Gael Force\’s Stewart Graham, who won the Outstanding Contribution to the industry award in Aviemore in May


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