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Freeman Receives Queen’s Award

April 26, 2012
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Freeman Technology recently announced it will receive the 2012 Queen’s Award for Enterprise in the International Trade category. The Queen’s Awards for Enterprise are reportedly Britain’s most coveted commercial prizes.

“Freeman Technology’s first Queen’s Award in 2007 celebrated our development of the FT4 powder rheometer and the unique contribution it makes to understanding powders— and to supporting manufacturing industry in its drive to improve efficiency and productivity,” said Tim Freeman, managing director. “Five years on, not only do we have a proven instrument, we have unparalleled real-world experience, expertise and applications knowledge that supports the use of the system. It is this combination that is proving so powerful to companies across the globe, and which has driven our international business growth, resulting in a doubling of our export sales in just three years. Winning this Queen’s Award in the International Trade category really affirms Freeman Technology’s establishment in world markets and reflects the commitment and hard work of all our teams and partners.”

For additional information, visit www.freemantech.co.uk.

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