Eminox wins Queen’s Award for Enterprise with first entry

Emissions control specialist Eminox has won a prestigious Queen’s Award for Enterprise.

The award, in the international trade category, recognises Eminox’s export success, which has seen overseas sales grow by 146 per cent over the three-year application period. Exported sales have risen to 67 per cent of the company’s total sales over the same time frame. This is the first year Eminox has entered the award competition.

Established in 1978, Eminox designs and manufactures sustainable systems to reduce exhaust pollutant emissions from buses, trucks, rail, marine vehicles and non-road mobile machines. Due to growing international emissions requirements the company expects further future export growth from Europe and other regions, particularly Asia.

“The Queen’s Award recognises the hard work, drive and determination of the entire Eminox team over the past three years,” says Mark Runciman, managing director, Eminox. “Although we are in the middle of unprecedented times, the same team that achieved this success will get us through the COVID-19 pandemic and beyond. We look forward to celebrating this success together at an appropriate time.”

The Queen’s Awards for Enterprise were first established in 1965. This year, 128 UK businesses have been recognised for excellence in the international trade category.

The award will be presented to the company later in the year and representatives when attend a royal reception.