MCA has been awarded with the prestigious McElroy President's Award.

McElroy President’s Award presented to MCA

Published:  25 March, 2013

MCA has received the McElroy President’s Award, recognising the company’s outstanding service to McElroy and the wider thermoplastic welding and utilities industry.

The award highlights exceptional commitment to McElroy through best practice, high-quality service and success in supplying McElroy equipment. It is the second time MCA, a British-based business, has been recognised with the American company’s highest honour.

The McElroy President’s Award was presented to MCA at a stunning evening reception at the historic Warwick Castle in Warwickshire, where the two companies celebrated their long-standing relationship of over 25 years.

Rod McCulloch, MCA’s South regional trading manager, said: “It is wonderful to be recognised as McElroy’s key partner for a second time and publicly thanked for our support. The award demonstrates our commitment to McElroy, a forward-thinking and innovative business that offers a full range of industry-leading butt fusion equipment for the gas, water and landfill markets. It is a testament to the superiority of the machines and dedication of both businesses that McElroy remains such a celebrated name within the industry. We look forward to strengthening the relationship between ourselves and McElroy further still in years to come.”

Chip McElroy, president and chief executive of McElroy, added: “These are exciting times in the UK. The vision driving MCA forward, along with their new energy and investment in their business, is ensuring that their customers will benefit from the best that both MCA and McElroy have to offer.”

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