Palmer, MA, USA — Sanderson MacLeod, the large volume twisted wire brush manufacturer, has won the Super 60 Award for Growth from the Affiliated Chambers of Commerce of Greater Springfield in Massachusetts.

The award is presented annually to the top businesses in the area which continue to make significant contributions to the strength of the regional economy.  Sanderson MacLeod has played a significant role in the overall economic climate of the region and will be recognized at the Super 60 Luncheon and Recognition Program on October 26.

“Our entire operation is based right here in Palmer Massachusetts,” said Mark N. Borsari, President of Sanderson MacLeod.  “Even though we are shipping our products all over the world, we are engineering and manufacturing all our twisted wire brushes and a lot of our own equipment right here.  We have an incredibly talented and dedicated work force and we are growing organically from this region.”

“We’ve been hiring locally since our doors opened in 1958,” said Eric Sanderson, Owner and CEO of Sanderson MacLeod.  “This practice has been good for business and good for our regional economy.  We are extremely pleased to receive this award.”

Sanderson MacLeod is the only brush manufacturer that specializes solely in twisted wire brushes, and for more than 50 years, has been the source of twisted wire brushes for some of the largest companies in the world.  The company has a long history of innovation, including the distinction of inventing the first twisted wire mascara brush.  Sanderson MacLeod employs approximately 100 people in a state-of-the-art, 137,000 square foot facility in Palmer, Massachusetts and utilizes a modern, FDA compliant Quality Control Laboratory to ensure product quality.