DCA receive their second Queen’s Award

Published on: 19th October 2018

DCA is very proud to have received a second Queen’s Award for Enterprise in International Trade from Timothy Cox, Her Majesty’s Lord-Lieutenant of Warwickshire, on Thursday 18th October at the Old Shire Hall in Warwick.

Presenting the award, Lord-Lieutenant Timothy Cox said:

“As Lord Lieutenant of Warwickshire and the Queen’s representative in the county, I was delighted to present the Queen’s Award for Enterprise to DCA. The Lieutenancy is always keen to try to identify companies such as DCA to acknowledge the excellent work they do.”

“DCA has been successful for its significant increase in overseas sales. Only 152 awards have been given for international trade across the whole country, so many congratulations to DCA ”.

We are so proud to have been granted the Queen’s Award for Enterprise in International Trade for the second time following our win in 2012. We are delighted that the growth & performance of our international exports has been recognised in such a special way. Huge thanks to all of our staff and clients for making this possible, said DCA’s Managing Director Robert Woolston.

Dignitaries including the Chairman of Warwick District Council, Councillor Stephen Cross and the Mayor of Warwick, Councillor Richard Eddy, joined the Lord Lieutenant for the presentation, which was preceded by a tour of our company’s campus of facilities in Warwick.

Ahead of the official announcement, Directors from DCA were presented to His Royal Highness the Prince of Wales at Buckingham Palace in August.