Rosemont Pharmaceuticals, based in Leeds, has beaten off stiff competition to become a finalist in the Mid-Market Business of the Year Award in the Lloyds Bank Business Excellence Awards 2021.
The Lloyds Bank British Business Excellence Awards (BBEA) celebrates and showcases the resilience, innovation and creativity of British businesses.
Rosemont pharmaceuticals provides liquid prescription medicines, catering for patients with swallowing difficulties, and has been established for over 50 years. Rosemont are highly respected in the industry and have been instrumental in establishing best practice for the care of such patients. At their state-of-the-art production facility in Leeds, they manufacture in excess of 1 million litres of bulk liquid, equating to 4 million bottles of liquid medicines per year. The quality of their supply chain partners, suppliers, relationships, and processes, and having manufacturing in house, enable them to achieve market leading levels of service to their customers of 99% on time, in full. With a range of 147 different products, Rosemont has one of the largest ranges of licensed generic liquid medicines in the world, extending across a wide range of therapy areas, meeting the needs of some of the most vulnerable patients in society. Rosemont are however committed to continuing to innovate by developing and bringing to market an ever-larger range of liquid prescription medicines, meeting currently unmet needs of patients across all therapy areas.
Howard Taylor, Chief Executive Officer, Rosemont Pharmaceuticals said: “We are delighted to be a finalist in these elite national business awards, placing us among the top businesses in Britain. I would like to thank all of Rosemont and our partners for their efforts and contributions to our company’s success. We have had an exceptional year of growth following our first year of independence, which was only possible through their continuous commitment and dedication to our business.”
Event Director of The Lloyds Bank British Business Excellence Awards (BBEA), Sarah Austin said: “Our awards are a national platform to showcase, celebrate and honour the very best of British business. Becoming a finalist is a very impressive accolade; all our finalists stood out as truly creative and innovative during a turbulent year for British businesses; they have proven their companies to be resilient, entrepreneurial and really are best of class.”
All finalists will present to the judging panel in September, then the winners will be announced at the awards ceremony in November. Tickets to attend the ceremony are available to purchase through the website: https://britishbusinessexcellenceawards.co.uk