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Queen’s award winners


What do Bill Clinton, Princess Diana, Jack the Ripper, Winston Churchill & Tutankhamen have in common?
They all have an exhibition with showcases designed and built by the latest Queen’s Award winner for International Trade, The British Showcase Group t/a ClickNetherfield. The award recognises the achievement of ClickNetherfield in growing their export market by 140% (336% in 4 years) in the last three years.

ClickNetherfield have been designing, manufacturing and installing showcases since the 1970s and was previously a winner of a British Design award. In 2004, the company won The Edinburgh Evening News Lothian Business Excellence Award for International Business and now The Queen’s Award recognises their impressive achievement of having installed their cases in over 40 countries across the world.
This medium size company, with Headquarters in Livingston and offices in Thame, manufactures the majority of its products in Britain. They have offices in Beijing, Chengdu and Shenzhen as well as distributors in a number of countries including the USA, Australia and its latest in Istanbul, Turkey.

Their clients include all the UK’s major museums and overseas they have cases in The Louvre, The Smithsonian Institute (NASM & Natural History) and the latest project, the company’s largest to date, the Museum of Islamic Art in Doha, Qatar. A very diverse business, you can see their cases in all walks of life from your local heritage centre to the Palaces of Royal Families including, Her Majesty the Queen and The King of Saudi Arabia.

Comments John French Group Chairman “This award recognises the successful realisation of a carefully considered strategy to enter markets overseas, in which we face both global and local competition. Our focus on a “one stop strategy” where we have all the key elements of Design, manufacture and installation in house has really paid off in all areas of our business: but in particular our international business.”

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