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Queen’s Award for Enterprise presented to Maviga Ltd, 26th September, 2014

Pictured left is Vice Lord-Lieutenant Richard Oldfield, having presented the Queen's Award for Enterprise crystal bowl to Marcus Coles, right, CEO of Maviga. (c) David Bartholomew

Pictured left is Vice Lord-Lieutenant Richard Oldfield, having presented the crystal bowl for the Queen’s Award for Enterprise in International Trade to Marcus Coles, right, CEO of Maviga. (c) David Bartholomew

The Vice -Lord Lieutenant of Kent, Mr Richard Oldfield, presented The Queen’s Award for Enterprise in International Trade on  26th September to Maviga International (Holdings) Ltd.

Established in 1994, Maviga  supplies dried edible pulses (peas, beans, lentils and chick peas) and other special crops including sesame seeds. It wins the Queen’s Award for International Trade having grown overseas sales in a challenging market sector over the last three years.

Maviga values long term relationships with both customers and suppliers and continues to invest in land, warehouses and processing equipment to uphold product quality control in both North America and Africa. It has established new business in Africa, the Far and Middle East over the last three years to add to its top markets of China, India, Turkey, Spain and Egypt.

 

 

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