A Ryde-based company has been awarded the prestigious Queen’s Award for Enterprise in Innovation.
Milmega Ltd, based at Park Road, designs and manufactures high power amplifiers and was recognised for a novel design that brought the firm significant, global, commercial success.
The Queen’s Award is presented to businesses to recognise outstanding achievements relative to their operational size. Milmega Ltd demonstrated continuous innovation and development over a five year period.
Graeme Goodall, FD, said: “The Company and staff are very proud and honoured to have received this Award, which recognises our sustained success in designing and manufacturing highly innovative, market leading, quality amplifier products.”
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