On the 9th December, the Lord-Lieutenant presented the Queen’s Award for Enterprise, International Trade to AnTech Ltd. AnTech is a world leading designer and manufacturer of products for the upstream oil and gas industry, holding its headquarters in Exeter and a presence in Texas and Saudi Arabia. It is one of just 205 organisations nationally to be recognised with a prestigious Queen’s Award for Enterprise.
“Being chosen for a Queen’s Award for International Trade is an honour. As a small company operating in Devon, we are extremely proud to have been selected and to have secured such prestigious recognition. This reflects our collective achievement as a team and our growing global presence, being at the forefront of innovation in oilfield technology,” comments Carly Sugden, Finance Director for AnTech.
The Queen’s Awards for Enterprise are widely considered the highest accolade to be bestowed upon a UK business, celebrating the British companies that have showed outstanding achievement in trade, innovation, sustainable development and promoting opportunity through social mobility.
Put simply, winning an award puts British companies on a pedestal; it celebrates their achievements, in a multitude of sectors, and showcases their innovations, ideas and achievements to a global audience.
The Lord-Lieutenant congratulations AnTech on their achievement.