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Adam Unsworth named in prestigious 42 under 42

Adam Unsworth

PCS Managing Director, Adam Unsworth has capped off what has already been a stellar year by being selected for the 2019 42 Under 42 list by Insider Media North West. This annual award from Insider Media celebrates the strength of rising business stars under the age of 42.

Having started at PCS in 2001, Adam has worked his way up through the ranks to become Managing Director, and over the last 10 years has helped PCS realise a 100% increase in turnover as well as introducing export into Scandinavia and beyond. Outside of work Adam enjoys spending time with his family, running, walking the dogs and watching football.

Tim Holt, Owner of PCS commented “Adam has been with the company for 19 years and during this time has worked his way up to become Managing Director. Throughout all stages of his career he has shown a conscientious and hard-working attitude and without doubt, would be an asset to any business. As well as proving his commitment to the company time and again, and always being willing to go the extra mile, he genuinely cares about the company and all the people that work there.”

“2019 has been a fantastic year for PCS having won several major contracts with nationwide retail chains, this has allowed us to reinvest in upgraded manufacturing equipment, environmentally friendly technologies and led to significant job creation. With Adam at the helm, this has been one of our most productive years and it is great to see that his commitment and dedication is recognised by others outside of the business as well.”

PCS is one of the UK’s leading manufacturers of recyclable and Eco-Degradable plastic cards with key areas to the business including card manufacturing, card personalisation and mailing, data processing, artwork and design as well as offering a secure warehouse facility of the storage and issue of stock into production. The expansion of the manufacturing plant to take it to 30,000 sq. ft has enabled its card production capacity to increase from 80 million to 160 million per annum.