Warwickshire business receives the Queen's Award for Enterprise
"There is no stronger accolade for a business, voluntary organisation, or charity than to achieve a Queen's Award."
Instarmac, who have a Head Office in Dordon, North Warwickshire, has received a Queens Award for Enterprise for International Trade in recognition for their outstanding overseas trading activities.
Tim Cox, His Majesty’s Lord Lieutenant of Warwickshire, presented the award to the business which specialises in the manufacture of cement and bitumen-based products.
Since 1998, Instarmac have been working with their global partners to build their International presence which has gone from strength to strength.
Now in its 56th year, the QAE is the most prestigious business award in the country, with hundreds of businesses applying each year in the hope of receiving this coveted accolade which brings prestige, exposure, and credibility to a company, as well as pride and inspiration to employees.
Tim Cox, His Majesty’s Lord Lieutenant of Warwickshire, said: “It’s always a pleasure and a privilege to visit some of the fabulous organisations we have in Warwickshire and meet those involved in achieving their awards. I was delighted to present a Queens Award for Enterprise to Instarmac; it is so important to reward and celebrate excellence in our county, whether that be in the field of voluntary service or enterprise.”
Cllr Heather Timms, Warwickshire County Council Portfolio Holder for Heritage, Culture and the Environment, said: “I would like to congratulate all organisations that have been presented with their Queen’s Awards. There is no stronger accolade for a business, voluntary organisation, or charity than to achieve a Queen's Award. It not only greatly enhances their reputation, but is also a real boost for staff.”
To find out more about The Queen’s Awards for Enterprise, visit www.gov.uk/queens-awards-for-enterprise. You can also find out more about the QAE in Warwickshire here https://api.warwickshire.gov.uk/documents/WCCC-1980322935-2072