Orange Music Electronic Company Ltd (OMEC) has been awarded, for the third time in six years, the coveted Queen’s Award for Enterprise: International Trade. The company is one of the most recognised guitar amplifier manufacturers in the world.
This great honour is made in recognition of OMEC’s outstanding achievement: its export sales have grown by 90% since their last award in 2009. They now sell to over 80 countries worldwide.
In the six years since receiving its first award, OMEC has launched many new and innovative products, expanded into the computer market and celebrated its 40th anniversary.
Managing Director, Damon Waller, commented “We are especially proud to be presented with this Award in the Queen’s Diamond Jubilee year, and we aim to continue doing what we do best – designing, building and creating new innovative products and building the brand.”
Cliff Cooper, founder and CEO, also commented, saying “It was always our dream for Orange Amplification to become a truly global company and, with factories in three Continents and a worldwide distribution network, to now receive the accolade of the Queen’s Award for the third time is so very special. I would like to take this opportunity to thank all our staff around the world who with their dedication and enthusiasm have made this possible.”