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WALES: Airbus and Trebor lead winners.

COMPANIES from across North Wales were among the winners of the Business in the Community Wales Awards for Excellence 2008.

Recipients of the Big Tick awards included Broughtonbased Airbus, confectioner Cadbury Trebor Bassett which has a factory at Chirk, Talacre-based Danger Point and oil and gas giant BHP Billiton which has a large presence in the Irish Sea.

The Big Tick awards recognise companies committed to responsible business practice.

Scottish Power was presented with Cares Team of the Year Award for working most effectively to support its local community.

Owen Evans, director of Business in the Community in Wales, said of the awards: "Those who achieve the Big Tick are leading companies, ones that run their businesses aware that they depend above all on the talent, innovation and loyalty of their people.

"They know that they cannot build a successful sustainable business without constantly showing their commitment to being a better business."
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Publication:Daily Post (Liverpool, England)
Article Type:Awards list
Geographic Code:4EUUK
Date:Jun 23, 2008
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