Edinburgh Instruments has won the Queen’s Award for Enterprise International Trade, recognising the company for being among the most successful in the UK and for their outstanding achievement in international trade.
Edinburgh Instruments employs around 70 people and is aiming to increase its turnover by £1.3 million to £9.5 million this year. Commenting on the award, Alan Faichney, chief executive officer, Edinburgh Instruments said: ‘We are deeply honoured to have won the Queens Award for Enterprise. Our success can be attributed to the specialised skills and commitment from the entire team at Edinburgh Instruments. This Queens Award belongs to them.’
Faichney also thanked Scottish Enterprise for its assistance over the past two years. The Queen’s Awards for Enterprise are made by The Queen on the advice of the Prime Minister, assisted by an Advisory Committee.