Ferno becomes a Shooting Star! Date: 29/05/2014

Ferno has been announced as the sixth winner of the ‘Shooting Star’ accolade, which is awarded by Huddersfield Town and Total Dilapidations Service (TDS).

Each month Huddersfield Town’s Commercial Director Sean Jarvis, alongside TDS’ Managing Director Chris Lee and Huddersfield Town Manager Mark Robins, select a business that is making a difference in the area to receive the accolade (click HERE for full info).

Ferno has become the sixth winner of this accolade, following on from John Winter and Co Continental Sports Ltd, Control House, Brewfitt and Buy It Direct.

Cleckheaton-based Ferno was chosen as the winner for April as a result of its latest innovation the Ferno iN/X – a highly functional state-of-the-art patient transport system that provides critical functions and benefits for the patient and ensures the safety of the crews using it.

The device was developed by Ferno with significant input from emergency medical service (EMS) professionals and industry leaders.

For more information about the product click HERE 

Ferno has also donated a number of its new Ferno Fingertip Pulse Oximeters to a volunteer programme whereby foreign doctors and other medical personnel travel to Haiti and work with Haitian medics to give free emergency aid to the local community.

For more information regarding its volunteer work click HERE

Huddersfield Town’s Commercial Director Sean Jarvis commented:

“Ferno has been long term supporters of the Club and is a fantastic example of a thriving business in the Kirklees area,” he said.

“They are also heavily active with the Town Foundation and have given time and money to help keep it operating. This Shooting Star award recognises their innovation and creativity in a sector which ultimately saves lives.”

Ferno’s Managing Director Jon Ellis said:

“Ferno are honoured to receive the HTAFC Shooting Star Award presented by Sean Jarvis and Christopher Lee for business growth over the past few years demonstrated by a local company in the Kirklees community.”