BG Automotive (BGA) has been awarded The Queens Award for Enterprise: International Trade 2020.
BGA was the only business in Wiltshire to receive this award out of 220 organisations nationally recognised.
Flying the flag high for the UK and joined by the Lord-Lieutenant of Wiltshire – BGA were finally able to celebrate and receive their Award.
Mrs Sarah Troughton, HM Lord- Lieutenant of Wiltshire said: “It was a pleasure to present the Queen’s Award for Enterprise in International Trade to BGA, and particularly to meet Mr Davide Piaser Export Manager who had come over from Italy.
“I would like to congratulate the whole company for its continued growth and success.
“This Award is not only good for the company but for the Borough of Swindon and Wiltshire as a whole.”
Due to covid restrictions, they were unable to celebrate their award last year.
BGA has been confirmed as a UK leader for its excellence in international trade, dominating European, Russian, Middle East, African, Asian, American markets and are experiencing high demand from countries as far as Australia for their popular, renowned premium quality aftermarket parts and components.
“Day by day BGA is entering new markets,” explained Davide Piaser, head of export sales at BGA.
“Spreading the brand name, increasing the awareness, and creating a global brand.
“In the past five years we have put our flag in 12 new countries across the world.
“I’m very proud to be here today and receive this award on behalf of the whole company.
“The Queen’s award is the result of great teamwork, and tremendous efforts made by each of us.”
The growth within BGA is clear, with the staff head count and turnover quadrupling to now over 130 since the last award in 2015, adding plenty of opportunities for work in Swindon and the surrounding areas.