The Continuous Achievement in International Trade award is Domino Printing Sciences' fifth Queen's Award since 1985.
The Cambridge-based inkjet manufacturer attained the accolade for "substantial overseas earnings" coupled with continuous growth and success over a period for a minimum of six years.
Lord Lieutenant of Cambridgeshire, Hugh Duberly CBE presented the award to a team of staff involved with Domino's international business at its Bar Hill headquarters facility in Cambridge.
According to Domino group managing director Nigel Bond, more than 95% of its revenue is generated outside the UK.
He added: "This is very much a team award and a true reflection of the hard work and commitment of the staff here who have made a major contribution to our unbroken 33-year record of annual revenue growth.
"It was therefore fitting that our Queen's Award was received by a team of employees, on behalf of the entire company".
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