Denman’s sister company Denroy Plastics is delighted to have been named as one of Ireland’s ‘Best Managed’ companies in the Deloitte Best Managed Companies Awards Programme.
The company, which demonstrated superior business performance, was recognized at an awards gala dinner in Dublin. The awards event in Dublin’s Convention Centre marked the eighth year of the Deloitte Best Managed Companies awards programme, in association with Barclays Bank Ireland.
Denroy Plastics Ltd. is part of the Denroy Group which also includes the world renowned Denman International haircare range.
The Deloitte Best Managed Companies Awards Programme recognizes indigenous companies from both the Republic and Northern Ireland, which are operating at the highest levels of business performance.
Commenting on the award, John Rainey, chairman of the Denroy Group said that he was delighted and humbled to achieve the award: “Denroy has been through a period of growth and consolidation in recent years, and I am delighted to receive the award. It’s a real recognition of the hard work, innovation, commitment and planning demonstrated by the whole management team at Denroy, and indeed the hard work and dedication of the staff. Denroy is a special company, and it’s been my pleasure and privilege to be involved with it throughout my adult life. I would like to thank all of the staff and indeed the customers who have made this journey with us, and I look forward to winning this award again in future years.”
Sixteen companies from around Ireland were awarded Best Managed status for the first time this year, following a lengthy qualification and judging process in which the complete performance of a business is assessed, moving beyond finances to such areas as operational excellence, strategy, and human resource processes. Managing Partner of Deloitte and judging panel member, Brendan Jennings commented: “Congratulations to all the 2016 winners. All the companies here tonight are at the end of a long process of evaluation, which makes their Best Managed designation even more rewarding and valuable as a marketing tool for their business. It is clear that these companies make an invaluable contribution to the Irish economy – employing 47,000 people and generating turnover of €10bn.”