Marshall is celebrating two major business awards, along with unique recognition from the Civil Aviation Authority.
On Wednesday 16th March, the CAA authorised the Cambridge Aeroclub, which was founded by Marshall in 1929, to undertake “Competency Based Modular Training” for the issue of Instrument Ratings (CBIR).
Later that same day, Marshall Aerospace and Defence Group won the Engineering Excellence Award at the Business Weekly Awards in Queens’ College, along with being a finalist in the International Trade Award. They were also a finalist in the Business of the Year category, together with Marshall Motor Holdings
On Thursday 17th March, Marshall of Cambridge (Holdings) Limited received the Barclays Award for Large Business of the Year at the Cambridge News Business Excellence dinner in King’s College.
Sir Michael Marshall, Chairman of Marshall, commented:
“It has been a great week with wonderful Awards and recognition for our Group. These add greatly to the prestige and standing of our Group and I am very grateful to everyone in the company for their contribution.”