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  • Loadhog Joins The Community Of Fastest-Growing SME Exporters In Britain

    Thursday 2 March 2017
    Loadhog, Sheffield’s returnable and reusable transit packaging innovator, is one of only two city companies to appear on the third annual Sunday Times Lloyds SME Export Track 100 league table ranking Britain’s private small and medium-sized companies with the fastest-growing international sales.     Securing 37th place, the employee-owned company, now with 69 ... [more]
  • The Odds Favoured Local Charities Thanks To Loadhog

    Thursday 1 December 2016
    The dice were rolling and the roulette wheel spinning at a fund-raising Casino Night organised by Loadhog, Sheffield’s transit packaging manufacturer - one member of the Gripple family.   The £500 raised on the night was topped up by Loadhog’s charity team which decided to donate a total of £1,700 to Sheffield ... [more]
  • Loadhog Gift To Ashgate Hospicecare Will Give Patients Better Pain Control

    Friday 28 October 2016
    Chesterfield’s Ashgate Hospicecare, an essential facility in the area, may now be in a position to purchase an advanced device which will give patients better pain control, following a £1,200 donation from Loadhog, Sheffield’s returnable transit packaging manufacturer.   Jonny Ledger (l) is pictured with Alison Ward-Foster   Loadhog’s fourth of the same amount this ... [more]
  • Budding Young Entrepreneur Chooses Loadhog To Help Grow The Business

    Wednesday 3 August 2016
    Despite being offered roles at multinational organisations a young graduate chose to apply his proven entrepreneurial skills by joining the burgeoning sales force at Loadhog, Sheffield’s returnable packaging innovator.     Appointed as a new Loadhog sales manager, 22-year-old Arran Dixon had created three companies after gaining four A-levels. The first was a ... [more]
  • Rotherham Bereaved Youngsters Supported By Loadhog Donation

    Tuesday 12 July 2016
    Young people in Rotherham whose parents have passed away in Rotherham Hospice are to get extra support after their loss thanks to a £1,200 donation from Loadhog, Sheffield’s returnable transit packaging innovator.   Jonathan Taylor (r) is pictured with Christopher Duff.   Rotherham Hospice is already running bereavement sessions for youngsters who have lost ... [more]