Recognized in the Category of International Trade
Metrasens is honoured to have won The Queen’s Award for Enterprise in the category of International Trade, the UK’s most prestigious award for business success. The company has been recognized for its work in international trade, which represents 95% of total revenues and has grown by a total of 400% over the last six years.
Metrasens is a leading provider of advanced ferromagnetic detection technologies, having developed innovative products to address deficiencies in traditional safety screening methods. A cornerstone of the company’s mission is to continuously develop applied technology to make the world safer and more secure. Metrasens’ products have been astonishingly successful in carrying out this mission, primarily in contraband and cell phone detection for the world’s prisons (Cellsense®) and projectile threat detection for patient and staff safety in MRI radiology suites for the world’s healthcare centres and hospitals (Ferroguard®).
“The honour of receiving the Queen’s Award for Enterprise is a testament to the vision and hard work of our entire organization. This recognition reinforces the importance of our work to innovate solutions that continuously improve safety and security around the world”, stated Dr. Simon Goodyear, CEO of Metrasens. “Leveraging our success that has been recognized for this award, Metrasens is expanding to address screening needs for high security and high footfall environments to demonstrate our focus on growth in new markets and applications.”
Metrasens will join other winners of the awards at a special reception at Buckingham Palace later this year.
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