(Left to Right): Director’s Iain and Debbie Hutchison with Brigadier Mel Jamieson Lord Lieutenant and Liz Grant Provost of Perth & Kinrossn at the company’s Queen’s Award reception
The Directors of JTA receive a Grant of Appointment and commemorative crystal bowl from the Lord Lieutenant – from left to right: Sally Tibbs (Director), Lord Lieutenant of Kent, Viscount De L’Isle MBE, Séverine Hubert (Managing Director) and Jon Tibbs (Chairman). (c) Damian Walker
Sir Robert Clerk, Lord Lieutenant of Midlothian (left), presents The Queen’s Award ceremonial bowl to Glen Bennett, Managing Director of EAE Ltd (middle) in the compnay of Provost Joe Wallace of Midlothian.
Jaguar Land Rover receive their 2014 Queen's Award for Enterprise in International Trade, from Her Majesty's Lord-Lieutenant of West Midlands, Mr Paul Chandrasekharan Sabapathy CBE. The award, reflecting Jaguar Land Rover's sustained sales success, was accepted at the Headquarters site in Whitley by Dr Ralf Speth, Jaguar Land Rover's CEO. Jaguar Land Rover also had the honour of being joined by Mr Ratan Tata, Chairman Emeritus of Tata, and Tata's Group Chairman Mr Cyrus Mistry.
Simon Pearce, Clinton Farms (left), Clare James Estates Surveyor (middle) and Paul Swain, Senior Commons Warden (right) celebrate Clinton Devon Estates' third consecutive Queen’s Award for Enterprise for Sustainable Development. © Guy Newman
ClimateCare Directors, Edward Hanrahan and Tom Morton, receive The Queen’s Award from Mr Tim Stevenson OBE, Lord Lieutenant of Oxfordshire.
(Left to Right): Kevin Bergin, Serge Becker, Lord Lieutenant of Sussex, Adrian Thompson, Hamish Middleton, Rob Taylor and Nick Redman at the company’s Queen’s Award reception.
Viezu Technologies Chief Executive Paul Busby receives The Award from) the Lord Lieutenant of Worcestershire, Lt Col Patrick Holcroft.
Mr Hugh Griffiths, CEO, Inzpire Ltd receives The Queen’s Awards rosebowl from Her Majesty’s Lord-Lieutenant of Lincolnshire, Mr Tony Worth.
HRH The Duke of Kent presents the Award and rosebowl to Giles and Martin Verity of Stanhope Seta for the design and manufacture of a new instrument designed to measure the Hydrogen Sulphide (H2S) content of liquid fuels.
Tom Higgins, founder and CEO of Gold-i, receives The Queen’s Award from Dame Sarah Goad DCVO JP, the Lord-Lieutenant of Surrey.
Edina UK received Her Majesty The Queen’s representative, the Lord-Lieutenant of Greater Manchester at their Stockport office on 22 July where he presented the Directors and staff with a ceremonial bowl to mark the company’s success and toured the premises, meeting staff and learn more about Edina’s role in power generation.
Kevin Rough, Managing Director of Daniamant Ltd gratefully accepts The Queen’s Award from Dame Mary Fagan, whilst still Lord Lieutenant of Hampshire
Sir Eric Dancer KCVO CBE JP, Her Majesty’s Lord-Lieutenant of Devon, visited Centek’s Newton Abbot Offices in September 2014 to present the company with its third Queen’s Award.
Lord-Lieutenant of Norfolk, Richard Jewson and STG Aerospace’s Chief Executive, Nigel Duncan, at the company’s Queen’s Award presentation. The Lord-Lieutenant and his deputy were toured the Swaffham facility before moving on to the EcoTech Centre where the presentation was made.
Ishida Europe receive their Queen’s Award at a reception held in front of over 200 staff: (pictured from left to right) Graham Clements, Managing Director, Andrew Bridges, Assembly Technician, Dr Paul Sabapathy, the Lord Lieutenant of the West Midlands, Air Cadet Bethany Edmonds and Nick Price, Project Engineer.
Mr Michael Horsfield, Managing Director of DISMATEC Ltd receiving the Queen’s Award for Enterprise in International Trade 2014 from The Lord Lieutenant for the county of South Yorkshire, Mr David Moody.
Victoria Campbell, Group Chief Executive for The Dreyfuss Group is presented with The Queen’s Award for International Trade by the Deputy Lieutenant for The City of Westminster, Dr Paul Knapman.
Dame Lorna Muirhead, the Lord Lieutenant for Mersyside, presents the engraved crystal bowl and certificate signed by The Queen and Prime Minister David Cameron to Clarke Energy’s CEO Jamie Clarke.
The Princess Royal, Princess Anne visited Shipley to present The Queen’s Award to Yorkshire-based engineering company CMB Engineering and meet staff. This is the company’s third Award.
John McDonnell, Managing Director (right) receives the company’s 2014 Queen’s Award from HRH Duke of Gloucester. This was the second time that Harvard had won The Queen’s Award, after winning the Award for Innovation in 2011.
HRH The Duke of Kent toured M+W, meeting (above, left to right) Paul Symonds, COO, and Peter Greenhalgh, CEO, and also presented The Queen’s Award to (left) Paul Fitzpatrick, Mechanical and Design Manager and (right) Roy Andrade, Director of Design and Engineering
Her Majesty’s Lord-Lieutenant of the County Borough of Belfast, Dame Mary Peters, presents the award to Allstate’s Executive Vice President, Suren Gupta who said “Winning the Queen’s Award is a huge accolade for Allstate Northern Ireland. We operate in the global arena, so winning an award of this stature further endorses the quality of work and the talent that is on offer here”. Dame Mary Peters said “I am delighted to present the Queen’s Award to one of Northern Ireland’s leading employers. Allstate NI has outstanding Human Resources practices and their people management style ensures a better quality of work-life for all of their employees. It is also a tribute to the hundreds of Allstate NI employee volunteers who have worked to create significant and sustainable improvements in the local community.”
The Lord Lieutenant for South Glamorgan Dr Peter Beck presents the coveted glass rose bowl and scroll to SRK (UK) Chairman Mike Armitage and SRK (UK)
Managing Director Iestyn Humphreys.
JOHN MCASLAN + PARTNERS: 2014 International Trade
The Lord Lieutenant of Greater London, Sir David Brewer CMG JP, presented The Queen's Award for Enterprise in International Trade to the company at a reception held at the their offices in late June 2014
Managing director Robert Griffin is presented with the certificate and commemorative rose bowl by The Duke of Kent
University of Huddersfield: 2013 International Trade
His Royal Highness (left) presents the Queen's Award for International Trade to the University's Professor Dave Taylor (centre) and Professor Chris Cowton. The Vice-Chancellor, Professor Bob Cryan said: “The individuals and the departments who have earned these awards have brought great distinction to the University. And the fact that His Royal Highness The Duke of Kent is here today to bestow the awards adds further to the achievement,” said the Vice-Chancellor.
His Royal Highness was introduced by the Lord-Lieutenant of West Yorkshire, Dr Ingrid Roscoe, and he congratulated the recipients of the Queen’s Awards.
Presentation of The Queen's Award for Enterprise to Jo Bird & Co Ltd in October 2013, at their newly opened manufacturing facility in Highbridge, Somerset.
Left to Right: Nick Atkins (Senior Sales Manager), Guy Atkins (Managing Director), Lady Gass (Lord-Lieutenant of Somerset), Jo Bird (Chairman) and Sheila Wheeler (Clerk to the Lord-Lieutenent)
SelectScience received the Queens Award for Enterprise on 2 November 2013 presented by Her Majesty’s official representative, Lady Gass, the Lord Lieutenant of Somerset.
CEO and Publisher of SelectScience, Arif Butt, said: “We’re very proud of the important role we play on the global scientific stage. Being awarded a Queen’s Award for Enterprise is a huge milestone for SelectScience and recognises the ‘can do’ attitude of all the staff in the delivering success to scientists in their research.”
Picture shows (left to right): Arif Butt, CEO and Publisher of SelectScience, Louise Butt, Strategic Director and Co Founder, Lady Gass, the Lord Lieutenant of Somerset, Louise Fradd, The Clerk to the Lieutenancy (Strategic Director of Bath & North East Somerset) andCllr Neil Butters, Chairman Bath & North East Somerset Council.
HRH The Princess Royal presented the Queen’s Award for International Trade to whisky specialist Gordon & MacPhail on 7 November 2013 and toured the company’s premises at Elgin.
HRH The Princess Royal viewed the bottling hall and the warehouse, and met one of the fourth generation members of the family working in the business, Stuart Urquhart, who highlighted two expressions from the Gordon & MacPhail portfolio. The first, a Glen Grant 60 Years Old, was released in 2012 to mark the Diamond Jubilee of Her Majesty the Queen. The second was a Generations Glenlivet 70 Years Old, one of two Generations whiskies which are the world’s oldest single malt whiskies.
As Managing Director Michael Urquhart said: “Winning this award is a fantastic achievement and recognises the hard work of everyone in the team, as well as our customers and suppliers across the world.“