Hayward Tyler is powering ahead

This maker of motors and pumps is turning its Luton factory into a ‘centre of excellence’, and is proof that the UK still has a thriving manufacturing sector.

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The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge bestow the Queens’ Award for Enterprise: International Trade at official opening of Hayward Tyler’s new Centre of Excellence facility

Hayward Tyler Group plc, is delighted to announce the official opening by the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge of its Centre of Excellence. Additionally the Duke and Duchess also made the presentation of the Queen’s Award for Enterprise: International Trade, to Ewan Lloyd-Baker, the Chief Executive of the Hayward Tyler Group.

The Duke and Duchess yesterday opened Hayward Tyler’s new “fit-for-nuclear” facility in Luton, which recently underwent a multi-million pound refurbishment which will support the Group’s long-term growth plans across its international markets. The Centre of Excellence is now the world’s most advanced facility for specialist fluid-filled motor manufacturing.

Commenting on the event, Ewan Lloyd-Baker said; “It was a great pleasure to host the Duke and Duchess to officially open the facility and also to present us with the Queen’s Award, an award that demonstrates the significant progress the Hayward Tyler Group has made, and will continue to make, with the help of everyone at the company.”

“It was a pleasure to have so many of our customers and other stakeholders  witness the Royal visit, and see the outcome of all the hard work we have delivered over the past few years. We were proud to showcase the new facility to our strategic partners and loyal customers who will benefit from our enhanced capabilities.”

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