The business secured the Supplier of the Year for its continued innovation in developing equipment and services to support customer’s needs.
Speedy was also commended for its partnership led approach to working with its major customers with its growing operations in the Middle East and North Africa highlighted as an example of best practice.
The business says its customer service strategy – based on an intimate knowledge of their operations and collaborative working – continues to pay dividends, with this award the latest recognition of its success,.
Speedy’s solution to identifying green products – the ‘GO Initiative’ - was the judges’ choice for the most Energy Efficient Project in the construction industry this year.
As part of the scheme, Speedy launched the industry’s first ever green labelling code that provides information on the energy efficiency performance of tools and equipment.
Speedy was also praised for its recognition of the responsibility the construction industry has to address its contribution to the UK’s carbon emissions.
Steve Corcoran, chief executive from Speedy, said: “The GO Initiative allows our customers to make informed decisions about the equipment and tools that they choose to use, and provides them with the option to pick a product which is environmentally friendly.
“We are constantly looking to move our business forward, breaking new ground in terms of the services we supply and our expansion into the worldwide construction industry.”