John Mason International given King’s Award

John Mason International has been awarded the King’s Award for Enterprise in recognition of its outstanding service in international trade, and dedication to excellence in global relocation services.

Representatives from the Liverpool-based company will visit Windsor Castle to accept the award from the King later this year.

Simon Hood took over the family company as owner and executive director in 2021 following a management buy-out, and has led the company through a significant period of expansion. Turnover increased from £6.6 million in 2020 to £13.5m in 2022, and overseas sales rose from £5.6m to £12.3m.

Hood said: ‘We are profoundly honoured to receive such esteemed recognition for our work in the international moving sector. This King’s Award for Enterprise is not only a recognition of our historic legacy and our innovative approach to relocation services but also our team’s unwavering commitment to excellence. It reinforces our dedication to enhancing our services and continuing to exceed the expectations of our clients globally.’

The award coincides with the company reaching its 140th anniversary this year.

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