Indian-origin businessman on Britain’s New Year’s honours list was honoured by the Queen
An Indian-origin businessman, Raminder Singh Ranger, is among those honoured by Queen Elizabeth II in the New Year’s honours list for outstanding services to business and community cohesion in the UK.
Raminder Singh Ranger who is the chairman of Sun Mark Ltd, was awarded the Commander of the Most Excellent Order of the British Empire (CBE).
Ranger’s company, Sun Mark, is the only company to have been awarded the Queens Award for Enterprise for five years running and he has now been honoured by the Queen on seven occasions. He is the Chairman and Managing Director of Sea Air and Land Forwarding Ltd, also a Queens Award for Export winner.
Rami Ranger as he is popularly known in London circles, started his first business in 1987 with just £2 capital from a shed. Ranger’s first business was of shipping cargo by sea, air and land. Now he owns two huge companies which are doing enormous business under his dynamic leadership.
Today Ranger is the Chairman of Sun Mark Ltd and Sea Air & Land Forwarding Ltd. Both of his companies received the Queen’s Award for Export Achievement 1999 and the Queen’s Award for Enterprise 2009, 2010, 2011, 2012 & 2013. When Ranger was asked about his business ethics that made him such a successful biz titan, he answered: “My work ethics are simple. I only succeed when my customers succeed. I work hard for the success of my customers which ultimately becomes my own success”.