Prince Henrik's Medal presentationPressalit Care, the leading supplier of accessible bathroom solutions, has been honoured for its work in the UK.

Headquartered in Denmark, Pressalit Care has been awarded His Royal Highness Prince Henrik of Denmark’s Medal of Honour in recognition of the firm’s rapidly growing reputation in the UK within the accessible bathrooms industry.

The Pressalit Care team in the UK, led by Sales Manager Andrew Lowndes, attended the Danish Embassy in London to receive the award from Claus Grube, the Danish Ambassador to the UK.

Given by the Danish Export Association, the HRH Prince Henrik’s Medal of Honour recognises an outstanding effort in promoting and marketing Danish products and services abroad. It is awarded to individuals in recognition of their unique efforts, and was presented to Andrew Lowndes.

“It is a real honour and a great privilege to receive HRH Prince Henrik’s Medal of Honour but actually the award should be dedicated to an impressive team effort,” says Andrew Lowndes, Pressalit Care’s Sales Manager for the UK and Ireland.

Instrumental in increasing knowledge of better accessibility for people with disabilities in the UK, Andrew said,

“Pressalit Care has been at the forefront of design innovation, providing opportunities for those with limited mobility to experience improved independence within the bathroom environment. The Medal of Honour is a reward for our company and our efforts to promote facilities for people with disabilities.”

“At Pressalit Care we work with care homes, hospitals, private homes, and public facilities throughout the UK, and we’re delighted that we’ve been able to make a difference to so many people’s lives with these solutions.”

Kim Boyter, CEO of Pressalit, is delighted about this achievement: “Andrew is a highly dedicated employee who works with passion and is driven by a desire to create great solutions for our customers. We are incredibly proud of the fact that Andrew and his team have received the Medal of Honour.

“In the United Kingdom we are seeing major political focus on improving conditions for the disabled in public places. It is in that area, where Andrew has been extremely active,” concludes Kim Boyter.

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