April 2019

All Steels Trading is delighted to announce that we have recently received a beautiful/new large glass trophy to proudly display in our Thirsk Head Office Boardroom!

The CEO Today Global Awards are in essence dedicated to recognising strong and innovative leadership amongst business leaders operating around the world.

CEO Today magazine works with and features some of the most innovative, forward-thinking, thought-leading CEOs in business today.

Featuring CEOs from across every region and from all of the key business sectors, CEO Today magazine is ideally placed to recognise and applaud those CEOs that have clearly disrupted their industry’s status quo and taken their company to new heights of innovation and growth.

It is fantastic news that All Steels Trading's Managing Director/CEO has been identified and honoured by the CEO Today Global Awards 2019 judging panel.

London Stock Exchange Group’s 1000 Companies to Inspire Britain

All Steels Trading was delighted to be included in the London Stock Exchange Group’s 1000 Companies to Inspire Britain 2016 report.

The report is a celebration of the UK’s fastest-growing and most dynamic small and medium size businesses. To be included in the list, companies needed to show consistent revenue growth over a minimum of four years, significantly outperforming their industry peers.

A downloadable pdf of the 2016 publication itself can be found online at

As a company All Steels Trading certainly strives to innovate and adapt to changing conditions in the market, so it’s an honour for our company to be recognised as an inspirational British competitor.


All Steels Trading Wins HSBC Business Competition

November 12, 2010 – 09:32 GMT Location: London
HSBC business thinking competition , All Steels Trading

We were absolutely delighted to be chosen as the 2010 Finalist in the North East HSBC Business Thinking Award.  Winning the regional final qualified All Steels Trading to go on to the finals of the HSBC competition held in Hong Kong in December 2010.

The monetary prize element of the award was worth £100,000 ($161,000) coupled with £5 million interest-free trade finance spread over a three year period.