STG Aerospace is delighted to announce it has won the prestigious Queen’s Award for Enterprise 2014 for a fourth time, this year winning an award for its International Trade.
Established in 1995, STG Aerospace leads the field in the development, design and manufacture of innovative aircraft cabin lighting solutions. This latest accolade – one of the most coveted by British businesses - has been awarded to STG Aerospace for its pioneering aerospace emergency lighting system saf-Tglo™ which has become the undisputed market-leading photoluminescent floorpath marking system. saf-Tglo™ is now installed on over 9,000 aircraft worldwide across 300 airlines worldwide.
Companies and individuals selected for the prestigious Queen’s Awards for Enterprise have been outstanding in the categories of Innovation, International Trade and Sustainable Development. Winners of the International Trade have successfully demonstrated strategic diversification into new markets across the world for three years or more. The awards are announced annually on the Queen’s Birthday, and are only given for the highest levels of excellence demonstrated in each category.
Nigel Duncan, CEO for STG Aerospace, who will collect the award at a special reception at Buckingham Palace, says: “We are delighted to receive a Queen’s Award for Enterprise. This award recognises the hard work and dedication of the entire STG Aerospace team and our shared vision to be at the forefront of innovation in aerospace interior lighting. Winning the Queen’s Award for Enterprise for a fourth time further reinforces this for us. It’s been an exciting few years for STG Aerospace and we are committed to continuing our development of pioneering aviation technologies and working closely with the industry to meet their needs, and those of their passengers.”
STG Aerospace is the world leader in photoluminescent aircraft lighting and continues to innovate in other specialist lighting applications, including LED cabin mood lighting and signage, providing easy-to-install, reliable products that save weight. This reduces operational and maintenance costs in commercial and military aircraft.