Developing and delivering operational policing,
intelligence, investigative, and forensic
firearms functions to support the reduction of
illicit gun violence across the globe.
On 7th September 2018, Arquebus Solutions Ltd was awarded a UK Department for International Trade (DIT) Board of Trade Award at the Manufacturing Technology Centre (MTC) in Coventry. The presentation was made by the Rt. Hon. Dr Liam Fox MP, Secretary of State for International Trade.
Board of Trade Awards are given out on an annual basis by the Board of Trade and Secretary of State for International Trade. Award recipients are nominated and selected by Civil Servants from the Department for International Trade.
Arquebus was awarded a UK Board Trade Award in recognition of excellence in trade and investment. The judging panel was particularly impressed with how Arquebus supports social and economic development, as well as the company’s continuous contribution to the stability of post-conflict societies and countries with serious gun crime problems.
Arquebus Director, Matt Lewis said on receiving the award;
“This is a fantastic achievement for everyone in the Arquebus team. To date, we have worked in almost 40 countries around the world supporting law enforcement agencies, police forces, inter-governmental organisations and government departments make a real difference in the way they tackle firearm criminality.
“This fantastic award recognises not only our contribution to supporting our partners but also our continual drive to export our products and services around the world.
“We are proud and honoured to receive this wonderful award from the Board of Trade and the Secretary of State.”
Utilising our unique skills to
deliver and enhance all of
the essential services,
processes, and technology
required to deliver real
change in relation to the
management and control
of Small Arms and Light
Weapons across the globe.
Utilising our unique skills to deliver and enhance all of the essential services,
processes, and technology required to deliver real change in relation to the management and control of Small Arms and Light Weapons across the globe.