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BGA secures King’s Award for Enterprise in International Trade

BGA, a leading supplier of OEM quality engine, steering and transmission automotive parts, has been honoured with the 2024 King’s Award for Enterprise in International Trade.

This is the third prestigious award BGA has been presented with by the British Prime Minister and the Royal Family. BGA is one of only 161 companies across the UK to be acknowledged with this award for 2024.

BGA says this recognition celebrates the company’s continued excellence and ambitious expansion in global markets, and underlines its significant contribution to international trade.

The award particularly highlights BGA’s impressive growth revenue, which saw a substantial increase in 2023. Its exports now span across 90 countries.

l-r from BGA: Davide Piaser, head of export; Chris Cameron , managing director; and Matthew Greener, marketing director.

The company’s success is supported by its continuous investments into the business and expanding workforce, with a surge in employment of highly skilled workers throughout the Swindon and Wiltshire area, reflecting BGA’s commitment to community and economic development.
BGA says its commitment to quality is demonstrated through its state-of-the-art products, manufacturing, and testing at its research and development centre in the UK. This facility ensures that all BGA products not only meet but frequently surpass OEM quality standards. To further assure customers of their investment’s value, BGA guarantees these high standards with a comprehensive three-year warranty.
BGA managing director, Chris Cameron said: “Receiving the King’s Award for Enterprise once again is a tremendous honour for everyone at BGA. This accolade is a testament to our team’s hard work and dedication to pushing the boundaries of what we can achieve in international trade. 

“Meeting the late Queen Elizabeth II, and now King Charles to receive this award in the past has been an extraordinary highlight for us. I sincerely thank and congratulate everyone at BGA for making this possible.”
“Our journey towards excellence is fuelled by our unwavering commitment to innovation, sustainability, and customer satisfaction,” added Matthew Greener, marketing director at BGA. “This prestigious accolade serves as motivation for us to continue raising the bar and delivering unparalleled value to our customers, partners and stakeholders.” 
The King’s Awards for Enterprise, formerly known as The Queen’s Awards for Enterprise, is celebrating its 58th year and is said to stand as the most prestigious business accolade in the UK, with recipients entitled to use the King’s Awards emblem for the next five years.