Mirius wins prestigious Queen’s Award for Enterprise in International Trade
Mirius is honoured to announce it has been named as a winner of a Queen’s Award for Enterprise
Leading hygiene company, Mirius, is one of 205 organisations nationally to be recognised today (Thursday 28th April) with a prestigious Queen’s Award for Enterprise. Mirius has received the accolade for International Trade recognising its success in the development and growth of export markets.
Instituted by Royal Warrant in 1965, The Queen’s Awards for Enterprise, are the United Kingdom’s most prestigious business awards.
The Queen’s Award for Enterprise recognises outstanding achievements by UK companies in four categories: Innovation, Sustainable Development, Promoting opportunity (through social mobility) and International Trade. The awards are announced annually by HM The Queen with winning businesses able to proudly use the esteemed Queen’s Awards emblem for the next five years.
Mirius, a market leading manufacturer of biocides, cleaning, and hygiene products, supplies the Retail, Professional (B2B) and Animal Healthcare sectors, supplying export customers and international distributors with both Branded and own label products. Mirius’ International brands include Omnicide broad spectrum disinfectant for use in Animal Healthcare, Hycolin and Vital Fresh retail brands, and Hycolin Professional into the B2B Professional cleaning sector.
Steve Quinlan, CEO at Mirius, commented: “The Queen’s Award is the most prestigious business award that the UK bestows and it is a great honour that Mirius has been considered a worthy recipient and I want to acknowledge the tremendous collective efforts of the entire team at Mirius who have made this possible.
As a British manufacturer we are especially proud, to be a recipient of the Queen’s Award for Enterprise in International Trade recognizing our incredible growth in our global markets.
At Mirius, we have been committed to offering effective cleaning and hygiene solutions across retail, professional and animal biosecurity for over 50 years. We look forward to continuing to expand our brands and developing more high-quality products for our customers across the globe in the future.”
Steve Quinlan (C.E.O.), Paul Marsch and Darren Langdon Joint Managing Directors.