Mellott Company Earns Most Outstanding Distributor Award

Sep. 12, 2017

Most Outstanding Distributor Award: Paul Mellott accepts the award plaque and is congratulated by Adrian Wood, second from right, and Rich Blake, right.

 

TAMPERE, Finland--Mellott Company has earned Metso's prestigious award for "Most Outstanding Distributor.” At an awards ceremony held in Tampere, Finland, Mellott Company Chairman Paul Mellott accepted the award on behalf of Mellott Company. In a brief speech at the ceremony, Mr. Mellott thanked the Metso company and its management for the award and went on to congratulate the other award recipients.

“This award is the result of the hard work of all Mellott Company employees,” said Mr. Mellott. “Earning this kind of award is possible only with a company of people who are professional and dedicated,” he said. 

Metso VP of Global Distribution Adrian Wood presented the award to Mellott Company duringMetso Distributor Days 2017.

Metso’s award is an acknowledgement of Mellott Company’s several strengths, such as excellent customer service; success in selling new, innovative crushers; increasing market share, and; growth of the parts and service business.  

Metso selected Mellott Company from a field of strong contenders, numbering more than 70 distributors from 30 countries, who were also considered for this coveted award.  

"It's gratifying to witness the robust growth of a small family-business based in Warfordsburg, Pennsylvania. We now carry a global brand footprint and we compete with the top distributors in the sector.  Our value-added difference is our people and the focus they bring every day,” said Mellott Company President and CEO Rich Blake.

"We thank Metso for its continued support they supply to our associates and clients every day,” said Mr. Mellott. “During our visit to Tampere, Finland, we met so many interesting, high-caliber people. We also met fellow distributors from all over the world; we listened to other industry leaders, discussed common concerns, and learned of their successes," he said.

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