Export drive helps AMT land trade award

Guildford merchandise company, AMT Marketing, has won the Queen’s Award for International Trade for Outstanding Short-Term Growth.

The company was established in 1996 when the founder Andrew Turner was given a kite as a present and realized that it would make a fantastic promotional gift. Within a year he had sold thousands of personalized kites. AMT has gone from strength to strength, with many more promotional items being added to the range from sports merchandise to reusable coffee cups.

In recent years, AMT has embraced international trade and is constantly expanding its client portfolio of global companies. Exporting has become an important part of the business model. The company claims its strengths lie in its confidence to diversify and keep up to date with new products, manufacturing processes, and printing techniques, alongside the everchanging processes in logistics.

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