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Queen's Award for Enterprise for Grainger and Worrall Limited

24 Apr 2012

Specialist casting manufacturer, Grainger and Worrall Limited are honoured to announce they have been chosen to receive The Queen’s Award for Enterprise on April 21st 2012. The company was selected in the Innovation category which recognises companies that have demonstrated continuous innovation and development over a period of 5 years or more.

From its Bridgnorth based headquarters, Grainger and Worrall Limited provide a high value-added manufacturing service to its customers which is achieved through the development of cutting-edge technology and innovation in the fields of Aluminium and Iron castings. As the global market leader of complex high integrity structural castings, Grainger and Worrall Limited work in a diverse range of industries including motorsport (Formula 1), automotive, commercial vehicles, defence and aerospace.
Commenting on receiving the award, Edward Grainger, Director, said “We are delighted to have been selected for The Queen’s Award for Innovation as this recognises the hard work and investment that has gone into the company by all of the employees. The experience and expertise within the business have enabled us to develop innovative technological solutions and process methods which offer a world-class service to our customers in the UK and abroad. Over the last few years the company has made some significant investments in new technology to further enhance the services we are able to offer our customers. Receiving the Queen’s award is a great honour, especially during the Queens’s Diamond Jubilee year.”

The Queen’s Award for enterprise is the U.K.'s most prestigious business award and is awarded to companies for outstanding achievement within their industry. The awards are made by The Queen, on the advice of the Prime Minister, who is assisted by an advisory committee that includes representatives of government, industry and commerce, and the trade unions.

For further information please contact:

Edward Grainger – egrainger@gwcast.co.uk
Jan Lewis – jlewis@gwcast.co.uk or Tel: 01746 768250

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