14th September 2017 | Lieutenancy News

Rentokil Initial, in Camberley, was recognised with the Queen’s Award for Enterprise 2017

Outstanding continuous growth in International Trade over the past six years by Rentokil Initial, the global pest control company with its HQ in Camberley, was recognised with the Queen’s Award for Enterprise 2017. The Lord-Lieutenant visited the company’s Pest Control Centre in Crawley to present the award to Rentokil CEO, Andy Ransom. While there, Michael More-Molyneux also attended the opening of The Power Centre, a £2 million investment in science, innovation and training. This facility was named in honour of the company’s Chief Marketing Officer, the late Stewart Power, and officially opened by his wife and children.

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