Queen’s Award for Enterprise: Full list of 22 Yorkshire winners revealed Yorkshire News

The figure is well ahead of the 16 awards the region attracted in 2021 and sees Yorkshire ahead of the North West, Scotland and Wales.

In total, Yorkshire businesses won 15 awards for International Trade, six for Innovation and one for Sustainable Development.

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The winning companies for innovation were:

Chris Rea of ​​AESSEAL

Care Laboratory in Barnsley,

Tickhill Engineering in Doncaster,

Brandon Medical in Leeds,

Essential health care in Birstall,

Special Quality Alloys won an award for International Trade.

Jemmtec Engineering (trading as Magma Ceramics and Catalysts) in Dewsbury

The Body Doctor in Denby Dale, near Huddersfield.

Rothham: Corrosion Resistant Materials and Waterman Corporate Enterprises,

Essential Healthcare Solutions among the winners.

Shefford: ICD Europe, Loadhog, Special Quality Alloys, Sports: 80, Sumo Group and Watermill.

A-Safe from Elland, near Halifax

Jack Brodie, Subpixel and Quality Bearings Online in Leeds

Regal Food Products and The London Oil Refining Company in Bradford

The University of Huddersfield.

Finally, AESSEAL of Rotherham won an award for sustainable development with its citation stating: “AESSEAL plc provides clear leadership both within the company and in the wider industry through its Betterworld.Solutions philanthropic initiative and has demonstrated a wide range of positive impacts on sustainable development.

“He is particularly praised for his vision in developing new talent through his outreach work.”

Managing director and founder Chris Rea said the latest Queen’s Award was the highest individual honor that can be bestowed on a company and underlined the importance of commercial success being combined with strong environmental awareness.

He said: “This is a significant morale boost and will help focus our attention even more on the importance of doing what we can, working with the world’s leading industry, to address the climate crisis.”

Thomas Owens, CEO of Essential Healthcare Solutions, said: “We are absolutely delighted to have received this prestigious Queen’s Award for Enterprise.

“This is a tremendous achievement for our team and business and it’s great to be recognized nationally.

“We are experiencing significant business growth here at Essential Healthcare Solutions and are continually committed to developing and delivering the best innovative solutions to our customers, so we are truly honored to have received an award in support of this.”

This year, 232 companies representing every part of the UK and a variety of sectors have been recognized by Her Majesty The Queen on her birthday as one of the best in the country.

Awards have been won in the categories of International Trade (141 winners), Innovation (51), Sustainable Development (31) and Promotion of Opportunities (9).

Small Business Minister Paul Scully said: “This country is famous for its entrepreneurial achievements and there is no better showcase for it than the Queen’s Awards.

“It is vital that we celebrate the success of our businesses and recognize the contributions they make to communities across the country.

“I congratulate this year’s winners for their hard work and commitment over the past year and wish them every success in the future.”

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This notice was published: 2022-04-21 00:00:10

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