Top gong for local business

Sjanna SandalovaGreat Southern Herald

A Katanning-based business has been recognised as the WA CRT (Combined Rural Traders) Business of the year for 2017, announced at the CRT National Conference held in Perth on Saturday, February 10.

QFH Multiparts has secured the title for the second year in a row, and the company’s dedication has enabled them to deliver another successful year, according to executive general manager of CRT on behalf of Ruralco Holdings Limited, Greg O’Neil.

“The work they have put in to ensure their staff have the skills and expertise to deliver the highest level of service is to be commended,” he said.

“They are an excellent role model for other members, showing that investing time in training and education really pays off for both the store and community.”

CRT WA State manager Peter Burchell praised the store’s exceptional standards.

“They pride themselves on being able to meet every need of their clients, with an impressive range of products and staff knowledge,” he said.

“Their local knowledge and understanding means their clients trust in their advice and recommendations and view them as a valued partner.”

QFH general manager Gary Quarmby reiterated his team’s commitment to serving their community.

“While it is a real honour to receive awards like this, what really keeps us going is our passion for our local community — if they are succeeding, we are succeeding,” he said.

“For over 20 years we have been an integral part of our community and we look forward to continuing to partner with locals to get the best result possible.”

QFH Multiparts aims to support farmers in the greater Katanning, Woodanilling, Broomehill, Tambellup, Nyabing, Kojonup shires by supplying the latest agricultural products and technologies.

Get the latest news from thewest.com.au in your inbox.

Sign up for our emails