MI6’s Universal Exports

007 is often asked who he works for, and the fictional import/export company he says is his employer is called Universal Exports.

Universal Exports Logo

It is mentioned several times throughout various James Bond movies, which I have listed below:

Dr. No (1962)

007 is shown walking into M's office, which has a Universal Exports sign on the outside
007 is shown walking into M’s office, which has a Universal Exports sign on the outside

After opening the door to M's office, you can see the door has the import/export company's name prominently displayed on its front
After opening the door to M’s office, you can see the door has the import/export company’s name prominently displayed on its front

On Her Majesty’s Secret Service (1969)

A golden UnivEx sign is prominently displayed as the setting for the next scene, MI6's office (Note: Director Peter Hunt's reflection makes a cameo in the image)
A golden UnivEx sign is prominently displayed as the setting for the next scene, MI6’s office (Note: Director Peter Hunt’s reflection makes a cameo in the image)

For Your Eyes Only (1981)

Universal Exports is prominently displayed as the logo on the helicopter that picks Bond up in the notable pre-title sequence of the movie
Universal Exports is prominently displayed as the logo on the helicopter that picks Bond up in the notable pre-title sequence of the movie

The Living Daylights (1987)

MI6's London office again has a UnivEx logo outside prior to a scene
MI6’s London office again has a UnivEx logo outside prior to a scene

Licence To Kill (1989)

Although not a visual, Bond introduces himself as a Universal Exports employee transporting great white sharks when investigating Milton Krest's marine company.
Although not a visual, Bond introduces himself as a Universal Exports employee transporting great white sharks when investigating Milton Krest’s marine company.

The World Is Not Enough (1999)

Bond introduces himself as a UnivEx employee when first meeting Elektra King, and shows his UnivEx ID to Davidoff, head of security for King
Bond introduces himself as a UnivEx employee when first meeting Elektra King, and shows his UnivEx ID to Davidoff, head of security for King
Bond uses his picture from his Universal Exports ID to replace his fake ID at a Russian nuclear facility
Bond uses his picture from his Universal Exports ID to replace his fake ID at a Russian nuclear facility

Die Another Day (2002)

In Cuba, Bond says he is with Universal Exports looking for some delectados cigars
In Cuba, Bond says he is with Universal Exports looking for some delectados cigars

Quantum Of Solace (2008)

Bond hands over his UnivEx business card to Dominic Greene's goon when trying to meet with Greene
Bond hands over his UnivEx business card to Dominic Greene’s goon when trying to meet with Greene