L-R: Dickies’, sales and marketing director Maurice Morton and financial director, Chris Ford, receiving the Dun & Bradstreet ‘D&B Rating 1’ certificate from D&B’s HR Director for Europe, Jane Bilcock, and account manager, Jessica Callaghan.

Dickies win coveted Dun and Bradstreet top award

Published:  17 May, 2010

SOMERSET: Williamson-Dickie, the work and safety wear manufacturer and supplier has been awarded the coveted ‘D&B Rating 1’ status, having demonstrated to Dun & Bradstreet, the World’s leading source of business information and insight, that the company is in a first class financial situation with the minimum risk of failure and the highest level of credit worthiness.

D&B provides a risk indicator rating for more than 160 million organisations around the World whereby the dynamic score is continuously updated and reflects a company’s current situation. By being registered ‘Rating 1’, Dickies joins the elite 15% of companies in the UK and Ireland to receive this accolade.

Announcing the award, Gareth Jones, managing director of D&B UK & Ireland said: “To have achieved ‘D&B Rating 1’ status during one of the worst economic times in recent years is a fantastic accomplishment and we wholeheartedly congratulate Dickies on this major success”.

Maurice Morton, sales and marketing director for Dickies said: “We are delighted to have reached a standard of business that is recognised by the internationally acknowledged authority on company data. We are proud of our continuing success which we owe in great part to our many loyal and equally hard working customers.”

 

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