Following up its Queen’s Award for International Trade in 2009, Hailsham-based Aspen Pumps has now doubled its success this year by winning a Queen’s Award for Innovation.
The award recognises Aspen’s development of its pioneering range of condensate pumps which it sells to over 100 countries worldwide.
Delighted at receiving this second award, Adrian Thompson Aspen Pumps’ ceo said: “Being awarded once for the Queens Award for Enterprise in 2009 was a huge achievement but being awarded the Queens award for innovation just a few years later is testament to the dedication, innovation and quality products that is synonymous with the Aspen Pumps brand.”
Worthing-based digital thermometer manufacturer Electronic Temperature Instruments was another winner in this year’s awards, pickinjg up a Queen’s Award for International Trade for the second time in three years. ETI previously won the award in 2012.
Electronic Temperature Instruments Ltd has been trading since 1983 and has managed to increase its worldwide export sales by over 90% over the last few years, with their main export markets being North America, Middle East, Africa and Asia.