Autologic receives Queen's Award

Firm's continued export success is acknowledged

Published:  05 October, 2012

Autologic Diagnostics has been presented with The Queen's Award For Enterprise for International Trade at its headquarters in Wheatley, Oxfordshire. The achievement marks a significant growth in the export of its diagnostic packages, from £3 million in 2008 to 11.5 million last year.

Her Majesty's Lord Lieutenant of Oxfordshire, Tim Stevenson OBE, presented the Award to MD Peter Toland and congratulated staff on its "astonishing record of growth". Accepting the award, Toland said: "It's great to be part of a British success story".

Nicola St Clair

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