What is Trends Gazelle?
Per province, the editors of Trends Magazine select 250 Trends Gazelles. Gazelles are fast-growing companies that add significant value to our economic landscape. These competitive companies have a positive influence on the business climate in their region.
They are also sources of innovation and employment. The Trends Gazelles are labeled as an inspiring role model for other companies.
How does your company become a Trends Gazelle?
There are nominations in the categories small, medium and large enterprises. Pollet falls into the intermediate category.
You become a Trends Gazelle based on tangible growth figures, and this in three areas:
A nice reward for hard work and great results
The past few years have not been without challenge for Pollet. But fortunately, Pollet is a close-knit team of capable professionals who face challenges together.
The covid crisis caused a sudden increase in disinfectant volumes, but also abrupt and sustained increases in raw material prices, and even brought about some market-wide shortages when demand became too high. Nevertheless, Pollet managed to continue serving its customers throughout the crisis.
The motivated team realized ambitious growth rates of about 10% per year for the past 4 years.
The team continues to grow because Pollet chooses to invest in a company with people who want to share their knowledge and passion with our customers and partners.
The Pollet team is already grateful to Trends for this beautiful recognition!
Pollet is a company located in Tournai, known for more than 25 years for its innovative biotechnological and environmentally friendly solutions for professional cleaning. This Belgian company is redefining the standards of sustainable chemistry by developing, producing, and distributing unique, high-performance cleaning products. As a pioneer, Pollet’s production site has been 100% carbon neutral since 2017.
The SME, which has about 50 employees, offers innovative concepts to cleaning companies, collective institutions, the food and non-food industry. Pollet is active in Benelux and France, but also in 18 export countries, including the USA, Canada, and China.