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Peli Products wins Queen's Award for Innovation

Posted 25 April 2017 · Add Comment

Designer and manufacturer of high performance protective cases, temperature controlled packaging solutions and advanced portable lighting systems, Peli Products, has won the highly prestigious Queen's Award for Enterprise in the Innovation category through its Peli BioThermal Division.

The Queen’s Awards for Enterprise are one of the world’s most distinguished business awards which celebrate and recognize enterprise excellence. The Awards are made annually by Her Majesty the Queen, and are only given for the highest levels of excellence.

Peli won the accolade for demonstrating outstanding results in innovation within the temperature controlled packaging sector serving the pharmaceutical industry. Specifically, the honour was awarded for Peli BioThermal’s Chronos Advance, an innovative range of high performance shipping systems, utilising advanced technology.

Innovation is at the core of Peli’s history and culture that has propelled the company forward in its respective markets. “The Queen’s Award recognises our commitment to providing trusted products and services to our customer base Worldwide,” said Lyndon Faulkner, CEO, Peli Products. “We celebrate the Award with gratitude.”

Peli’s achievement was announced with other 2017 Award winners on the Queen’s birthday, April 21. In the coming months, Royal representatives will visit the company’s UK facility in Leighton Buzzard, UK and representatives from Peli will be among those invited to attend a reception at Buckingham Palace.


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