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Cordstrap recognised in the Netherlands

March 27 - Cargo securing system specialist Cordstrap has positioned 20th in the top 100 most successful small and medium sized manufacturing companies in the Netherlands - according to a MT Management Team magazine poll.

MT Management Team created the list in cooperation wit Mazars Berenschot Corporate Finance and scored companies on revenue growth, EBITDA (earnings before interest, tax, depreciation, amortisation), and return on capital investment.

Brad Tribble, ceo of Cordstrap, commented: "This achievement is the direct result of our employees' passion for cargo securing and their commitment and drive to support our customers in the best way possible.

"It also demonstrates that manufacturing companies continue to thrive in the Netherlands even in difficult economic circumstances and Cordstrap is proud to be included in this successful group of dynamic and innovative companies."


www.cordstrap.net

www.mt.nl

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