Royal honour for Natgraph

The Queen’s Awards for Enterprise are the most prestigious awards for UK businesses, recognising and celebrating business excellence across the UK.

Global leaders in the design and manufacture of industrial print drying and curing equipment - Nottingham-based Natgraph - have been recognised for outstanding performance in the export of their products around the world.

The Department for Business, Energy & Industrial Strategy has today (23 April) announced that Natgraph is among the 2019 winners of the Queen’s Award for Enterprise - an honour that Her Majesty The Queen has personally approved.

The Queen’s Awards for Enterprise are the most prestigious awards for UK businesses, recognising and celebrating business excellence across the UK. As winners, Natgraph have demonstrated outstanding success in their field of international trade.

Founded in 1980, Natgraph deliver high performance solutions, innovation and optimum energy efficiency across a wide range of precision-dependent applications, and export around 90% of their output to customers in Europe, The Americas and Asia.

Representatives from Natgraph will attend a royal reception for Queen’s Awards winners at Buckingham Palace in June. Later in the year an official presentation of the Award by the Lord-Lieutenant of the County - The Queen’s local representative - will be held at Natgraph’s Dabell Avenue headquarters in Nottingham.

Commenting on the announcement, Natgraph Sales Director, Douglas Gray, said: “Everyone at Natgraph is absolutely delighted. We will take great pride in displaying the internationally-recognised Queen’s Award emblem, alongside the Natgraph name, wherever the company travels, over the coming months and years.

“Our company boasts a talented team, featuring expertise, deep experience, limitless energy and high commitment to the business - for the benefit of our customers. It is hugely rewarding that this has resulted in significant sales growth leading to this Award.”

Natgraph Queens Award emblem