ADEY Receives Another Queen’s Award For Enterprise
The Queen’s Award for Enterprise, an awards programme for local British businesses held in high regard by businesses in the country and officially recognized as the highest of the country’s awards for local businesses, like APH Heating LTD Exeter, is highly sought after and considered a high honor.
The award programmed was instituted following a Royal Warrant, and is celebrated across the country, considered as high accolades for any recipient.
ADEY Professional Heating Solutions, a British heating and plumbing company, which was a recipient of the award, has recently repeated the achievement, receiving its second Queen’s Award for innovation for its outstanding pioneering with regards to the maintenance and protection of heating systems, both locally and globally.
The company’s R&D efforts regarding chemical and water treatment was recently recognized with the reception of a Queen’s Award for Enterprise, one for the category of innovation. The award is recognition of the company’s developments for its MC1+ and MC3+ ranges, known as the Protector and Cleaner ranges, respectively, designed by the company to partner with its popular MagnaClean magnetic filters. The developments of the R&D team led to the creation of brand new chemical formulas for the product lines.
John Vaughan, the company’s chief executive has made a statement, expressing the company’s joy and pride at having received such a coveted award, which he states is proof of the exceptional skills of the company’s teams.
He states that this award is recognition of the company’s constant striving for innovation and development, which he says is the centre point of the company’s establishment. He states that, following the company’s invention of their signature magnetic filtration system and MagnaClean filter, for which the company received its first Queen’s Award for innovation, that they have been working to develop a new, integrated approach for heating system protection. He states that the establishment of a company R&D team, devoted to the research, creation, and testing of new innovations, such as new chemical formulations, was a clear and logical move.
The category for Innovation for the Queen’s Awards for Enterprise, was one of the three broadly-scoped categories set for the award, following a 1999 review led by Prince Charles, of Wales, which replaced the original three separate awards. The award is held as a high honor by local businesses, such as APH Heating LTD Exeter, while its individual iteration, the Queen’s Award for Enterprise Promotion, which was recently implemented last 2005, is held as being equal in importance.