Trajan Scientific and Medical (Trajan) congratulates and celebrates with Kinesis, on winning the Queen’s Award for Enterprise in International Trade 2016. Kinesis is a key international distributor of Trajan's range of analytical products.
This year, Kinesis was delighted to be named a winner of the UK’s highest accolade for business success – The Queen’s Award for Enterprise in International Trade 2016. The award was made in recognition of Kinesis achieving continuous growth in export sales over the last six years of the business.
At Kinesis, we understand that this award, just like our continued growth in the business, could not have been made possible without the ongoing support of our most valued suppliers and partners. It was therefore with great pleasure that we presented our key partners with a special Appreciation Award in recognition of their ongoing positive contribution to our company’s success.
Jamie Gallifant, Group Managing Director remarked: “We are delighted and honoured to have won this prestigious award, this success is directly attributable to the efforts of all within the Kinesis Group. We’d particularly like to recognise the long term support of our customers and supply partners. This is an important stage in our company development and we will strive to continue to offer unrivalled service and support to our global customer base. As our most valued suppliers, we would like to genuinely thank you for the support you have provided to Kinesis over the past years. Receiving this Award was only made possible due to the successful partnership between Kinesis and your respective companies. We have ambitious plans for the future and we look forward to continued close collaboration between our companies to achieve further growth.”
Read the full article at Kinesis website: Kinesis celebrates Queen’s Awards win with valued suppliers
Photo: Mr Gary Thomas, International Sales Manager, Kinesis, and Mr Andy Hall, EMEA Operations and Distribution Manager, Trajan, at Trajan's Global Commercial Office, Chester, UK.
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