Surrey businesses Tropical Link and LMS Reinforcing Steel Group were honoured earlier this month by the Surrey Board of Trade.

Surrey companies lauded for international successes

Businesses honoured by Surrey Board of Trade during May 7 event

A pair of businesses were honoured earlier this month at the Surrey International Awards – an event hosted by the Surrey Board of Trade.

At the May 7 event, Tropical Link Canada was named the winner in the small-business category (revenue under $15 million), while the LMS Reinforcing Steel Group was named the winner in the large business category (revenue over $15 million).

Tropical Link is a company that processes, exports and imports all-natural and organic food and beverages under the Snow Farms and Wild Tusker brands.

LMS Reinforcing Steel Group is Western Canada’s leading independent fabricator and installer of reinforcing steel and post-tensioning, according to an SBOT release.

Their products are featured in local projects ranging from 3 Civic Plaza, the RCMP E-Division headquarters and the soon-to-be completed Grandview Aquatic Centre.

The awards gala – now in its seventh year – is held annually to celebrate the successes of local import and export companies.

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