PCME receives prestigious Queen’s Award from the Lord-Lieutenant of Cambridgeshire

07/10/2013

PCME Ltd celebrated the formal presentation of the Queen’s Award for Enterprise in the International Trade category for export achievements in the field of particulate emission monitoring.

The Lord-Lieutenant of Cambridgeshire was accompanied by Mr Mark Lloyd, Clerk to the Lieutenancy, the Chairman of Cambridgeshire County Council, Councillor Kevin Reynolds and his wife, Mrs Deborah Reynolds. Also in attendance was the Town Mayor of St Ives, Councillor Nick Dibben together with PCME customers, suppliers and key associates.

Demonstration areas provided the perfect opportunity for PCME staff to engage with guests whilst discussing exciting new developments in particulate monitoring technology and instrumentation.

Commenting on winning the award, William Averdieck, Managing Director of PCME said “I am delighted that PCME’s record in working with major industrial companies worldwide in the metals, minerals, chemical and combustion sectors has been recognised with this prestigious award. Winning a Queen’s Award for a second time is a great honour and a reflection of the hard work and commitment of our team at PCME and PCME’s long standing distribution partners around the world. PCME is proud to be recognised for innovation and growth in the field of particulate emission monitoring”
 

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