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Sysco Guest Supply awarded The Queen's Award for Enterprise

13 May 2014 by
Sysco Guest Supply awarded The Queen's Award for Enterprise

Sysco Guest Supply, supplier of luxury toiletries and hotel operating supplies to many of the world's leading hotels is celebrating being awarded the UK's highest accolade for business success, The Queen's Award for Enterprise.

The award is in recognition of the company's outstanding business achievement and contribution to British export, in the International Trade category.

"This award is both a great honour and a huge tribute to the Sysco Guest Supply team," said managing director Andrew Keating.

"We have been under intense pressure as the success of the business has accelerated over the past couple of years, and the team has responded magnificently to ensure that our market share continues to grow, and that we offer an exceptional service to our existing customers. I am extremely proud that we have been selected for this award, and pay tribute to the hard work of the entire team," he added.

As a winner of the award, Sysco Guest Supply will receive an invitation to attend a special reception at Buckingham Palace and they can proudly use The Queen's Award Emblem in advertising, marketing and packaging as a symbol of their quality and success.

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