PROINSO Wins Queen’s Award for Outstanding Performance in International Trade

The Queen’s Award is the UK’s most prestigious award for business success.


UK-headquartered PROINSO has won the 2018 Queen’s Award for Enterprise in International Trade, in recognition of its outstanding performance.

The Queen’s Award is the UK’s most prestigious award for business success.

The recipients of the award are chosen on the advice of the Prime Minister, who is assisted by an Advisory Committee that includes representatives of Government, Industry and Commerce, and the Trade Unions.

The Royal Grant of Appointment can be attributed to the company’s outstanding export growth of 115 percent in 3 years to over 100 countries, including the company’s assurance of responsible conduct in: managing the impact on society and the environment; the selection and control of suppliers; management of the production process; human resources and customer service.

The company is a global leader in the solar market offering a comprehensive product range for commercial & industrial, utility, residential, diesel-hybrid and off-grid projects worldwide.

Since PROINSO’s establishment in 2006, it has supplied over 2.7 GW to projects in 111 countries.

Commenting on the achievement, PROINSO, CEO, Mark Randall said, “This award is testament to the commitment, talent and values of the PROINSO team.  It is also timely as 2018 marks the launch of a significant strategic step for growth. Receiving this prestigious award further validates our company character and responsiveness to change as we continue to advance our global capabilities.”

PROINSO is a leading global distributor and integrator, technology and EPM (Engineering, Procurement and Management) company operating in the solar market. It offerings include: supply and engineering services to installers, construction companies and clients for commercial, utility, residential and off-grid projects worldwide.

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