CBA Awards Winners unveiled


The Chemical Business Association (CBA) has announced the winners of its Responsible Care Awards.

These annual Awards recognise excellence by CBA member companies in relation to the operation of its Responsible Care programme, an industry-wide initiative promoting year-on-year improvements in health, safety, security and environmental management and on member companies’ interaction with their local communities.

This year’s award was won by AGILITY LOGISTICS LIMITED.  Agility is a worldwide group with sales of 5.2 million US dollars and 26,000 employees in 110 countries.  In the UK, Agility offers multimodal logistics services backed by comprehensive warehousing facilities.

The company’s winning entry demonstrated its unswerving commitment to Responsible Care, its emphasis on communicating with employees, establishing a Staff Forum, a staff survey and feedback, and its engagement with the work/life balance and its mental health initiative.


The Chemical Business Association (CBA) has named the winner of its inaugural Young Person Award – ASHLEY CLINTON, an Account Manager with BTC-Europe.

CBA’s Young Person Award aims to encourage young people – under 30 years of age -and recognise excellence in the chemical distribution sector.

Kate Mingay, CBA Vice Chairman, who led the judging panel, said, “The judges were very impressed by the quality of all four short-listed candidates, but we felt that Ashley was the outstanding candidate and a well-deserved winner of the first-ever CBA Young Person Award.”

Ashley Clinton holds a Master’s degree in Chemistry and joined BTC-Europe in 2016. She is responsible for building and maintaining customer relationships across Europe and assumed responsibility for BTC’s range of active ingredients for the personal care sector.

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