Advanced Electronics enterprise award for exports
Queens Award for Enterprise
Advanced Electronics, specialist fire detection and life safety equipment manufacturer has been awarded the Queen's Award for Enterprise, recognising its top export performance.
Ray Hope, Advanced Electronics' Managing Director said, 'The Queen's Award is a mark of excellence and represents a very important milestone for us on our journey towards our long-term goal to be a leading global player in the design and production of intelligent fire detection and safety control systems.
It's a great source of inspiration for our people and a welcome challenge for us to continually improve on our achievements so far.
Everyone at Advanced Electronics is thrilled to be recognised as part of a top UK company.
Our highly skilled and dedicated workforce deserves this kind of accolade and I am particularly proud of the fact that we have achieved this status in the highly competitive electronics manufacturing category'.
The Award to be presented to the Advanced Electronics Directors by Her Majesty's Lord Lieutenant at International Firex 2011.
Firex, held in May at the NEC in Birmingham.
Advanced Electronics, the fire detection and life safety equipment manufacturer has been awarded the Queen's Award for Enterprise.
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