Clarendon Specialty Fasteners has been awarded with a prestigious Queen’s Award for Enterprise. Clarendon is a market leading supplier of fasteners, components and hardware for the aerospace, defence, industrial and motorsport sectors with three locations in the UK.
Clarendon is one of 201 organisations nationally to be recognised with a prestigious Queen’s Award for Enterprise. The company has been recognised for its excellence in international trade and outstanding short term growth. The Queen’s Awards for Enterprise are the most prestigious business awards in the UK carrying the highest accolade for business.
Initially specialising in the distribution of aerospace hardware into motorsport and Formula 1 in particular, Clarendon soon became a market leader for the supply of fasteners for use in niche and specialist applications. Having established a well respected reputation, Clarendon is now recognised as a leading and integral hardware supply partner throughout its chosen market sectors.
Clarendon’s highly differentiated offering is centred on the supply of aerospace and commercial fasteners, slides, couplings and related products, combined with the internal design and manufacturing of customised innovative fastening solutions. It is a critical supplier to its worldwide customer base which includes a number of major International OEM companies.
“We are honoured to receive the Queen’s Award for International Trade. It serves as a testament to all employees whom without their sheer determination and hard work, we would not be in this position today,” says John Hunt, managing director of Clarendon Specialty Fasteners.
“This award comes at an exciting time for Clarendon as we extend our global footprint into new markets and is the UK’s highest accolade for business,” explains Paul Sanders, sales director of Clarendon Specialty Fasteners.
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