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The Queen's Award for Enterprise is the highest honour that can be bestowed upon a British company and is the UK's top award for business performance. The award is given annually by Her Majesty the Queen and the winning companies hold it for five years.
Traka and its staff were awarded The Queen's Award for Enterprise in 2004 for the company's outstanding achievement in Innovation. In 2008 Traka won the Queens Award for Enterprise for the company's high levels of Overseas Trade. Traka products are now used around the world by commercial, government and military organisations in applications including automotive dealers, casinos, hospitals, mines, secure establishments and distribution warehouses.
The Traka systems now proudly display The Queen's Award logo. This logo symbolises the achievement of Traka over the last few years culminating in the company being given the award in 2004 and again in 2008.
The Queen's Award scheme was introduced in 1966, originally as The Queen's Award to Industry before becoming known as The Queen's Award for Enterprise in 1999. Her Majesty The Queen makes the awards 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. They are announced on 21st April, The Queen's personal birthday.
For more information about The Queen's Awards, please see www.queensawards.org.uk.