HRH The Duke of Gloucester visits Witham Group’s Lincolnshire headquarters

The Witham Group recently hosted visit from HRH The Duke of Gloucester.
The Witham Group recently hosted visit from HRH The Duke of Gloucester.

We were delighted to host a special visit from His Royal Highness The Duke of Gloucester to our company’s headquarters in Lincoln recently.

Accompanied by Mr Ian Walter – the Deputy Lieutenant representing the Lord Lieutenant of Lincolnshire, The Duke toured our lubricant manufacturing Head Quarters and Factory and had the opportunity to see how lubricants are made to different viscosities and how they are packaged and distributed throughout the UK.

Nigel R Bottom and HRH The Duke of Gloucester in front of the Witham Group HQ.

We showed His Royal Highness our award-winning carbon neutral lubricant blending technology called Blendtek, which uses a new unique ultrasound technology to blend its products instead of traditional gas and fossil fuels, resulting in dramatic energy savings for the business, and cleaning up the way lubricants are made.

Nigel R Bottom showing HRH The Duke of Gloucester Witham’s carbon neutral lubricant blending technology.

The Duke also had the opportunity to see Witham’s latest environmental range of products, including our award winning Prolan range of lubricants, which are biodegradable, extremely long lasting and derived from natural lanolin from sheep wool.

Nigel R Bottom, Managing Director of Witham Group said:

“Witham Group is immensely proud of its heritage and the work we are doing to develop new technology to clean up the traditional blending of lubricants. We were honoured and delighted to welcome His Royal Highness to our Lincoln Headquarters to see our manufacturing process and meet the Witham team.”

Deputy Lord Lieutenant of Lincolnshire, Ian Walter added:

“The Witham team showed us an impressive set up during the visit and it was extremely interesting to learn more about the world of lubricants and the vast array of products made.”

Deputy Lord Lieutenant, Mr Ian Walter, greeting the Duke of Gloucester

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *