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About Domino

With a global network of 25 subsidiary offices and over 200 distributors, Domino Printing Sciences plc sells its products to almost 120 countries in different regions of the world. Along with products, Domino offers extensive customer support to the total satisfaction of its clients. In 2012, Domino Printing Sciences plc accomplished global turnover of 312.1 million. The Group is listed in the FTSE 250 share index on the London Stock Exchange (share code DNO). It employs 2,200 people worldwide with manufacturing facilities in UK, USA, Germany, Sweden, China and India.

Awards and Accreditation

Domino's commitment to excellence in the production and distribution of coding and printing solutions has received great acknowledgment from the UK government and industry bodies. Domino's remarkable suite of achievements composed of:

Queen's Award for Continuous Achievement in International Trade

Domino has been awarded with Queen's Award for Continuous Achievement in International Trade, which is the UK's most prestigious award for business performance. This award, the company's fifth since 1985, corroborates Domino's status as one of the UK's leaders in ceaseless growth and expansion in worldwide export.

East of England Business Awards

Domino has been honoured with East of England Business Awards - Quoted Company of the Year and Business of the Year.

The Award is held annually since 1990. It was conceptualised and organised by the regional title Business Weekly to highlight the strength of business in East of England, and to offer an insight into the companies and clusters that will play a decisive role in shaping growth of the region's economy in future.

PLC Awards 2010

Domino Printing Sciences plc was named Company of the Year at the 2010 PLC Awards.

FTSE4Good Index September 2009

Domino has got recognition nationally for its ethical business practices and been listed into the FTSE4Good Index - a prestigious index for prominent globally responsible investments.

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