Lord Lieutenant, David Moody presents an Innovation Award to Smartstak executive chairman, Hugh Facey (left) and operations manager, Dave Arthur, for their intelligent system preventing the collapse of glass pallets during transport.
For their Queen’s Award for Enterprise – International Trade 2010 presentation Tamper Technologies joined another winner for a joint presentation by the Duke of Kent at Highfields School.
HRH The Duke of Kent presents Chris Chiles of Tamper Technologies with the commemorative cut glass bowl
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Pictured below on a tour of the S Norton & Co facilities following the 2009 presentation are: the Lord Lieutenant of Merseyside, Dame Lorna Muirhead; Deputy Lord Mayor of Liverpool, Councillor Hazel Williams; and Mr Ronald Muirhead; together with Norton Directors, John, Charles and Matthew Norton
Below: The proud team at M&I Materials celebrates winning The Queen’s Award for International Trade 2009
Right: David Scott, Managing Director of Oxford Instruments NanoAnalysis, receives the crystal bowl and certificate from the Deputy Lord Lieutenant of Buckinghamshire, Jenny Hopkirk
The Queen’s Award for Enterprise Promotion Lifetime Achievement Award Recipient 2009, Professor Allan Gibb OBE meets HRH The Duke of Kent, KG in the Music Room at Buckingham Palace
Below: The Deputy Lord Lieutenant, Colonel Ian McRobbie presents Denis Nelligan, founder of SLE Ltd & Bernard Nelligan, Managing Director with the Queens Award for Enterprise, International Trade 2009,in the presence of The Worshipful The Mayor, Councillor Margaret Mead.
Left to right: John Cuthbert, Managing Director of Northumbrian Water, Sir Paul Nicholson Lord Lieutenant of County Durham and John Mowbray, Director of Corporate Affairs, Northumbrian Water
Materials receive The Queen’s Award for International Trade from The Lord Lieutenant of Greater Manchester, Mr Warren