Stanhope Seta in Chertsey were the proud winners of a Queen's Award for enterprise : innovation. This is the third such honour to be bestowed upon Stanhope-Seta, having previously won the International Trade award in 2012 and the award for Innovation in 2014. The 2019 Queens Award for Innovation, was for the company’s latest development – FIJI. The FIJI instrument detects ultra-low levels of a chemical compound known as fatty acid methyl ester (FAME). His Royal Highness The Duke of Kent KG presented the award, alongside the Vice Lord-Lieutenant Bill Biddell.
Stanhope Seta gave us a wonderful lunch with many of the employees, including a presentation on their work with GASP, giving young people the opportunity to learn first hand about engineering. Click here for more information on GASP.