British Ambassador Visits Precision Ceramics Stand at Hannover Messe 2013

by | Aug 16, 2013

British Ambassador Visits Precision Ceramics Stand At Hannover Messe 2013

The opening day of Hannover Messe 2013 in Germany on Monday 8th April witnessed the signing of a unique trade agreement between the German and British Governments, completed on the bonnet of a Union-Jack-decked Mini Cooper. Before returning to Berlin, Simon McDonald CMG, the British Ambassador to Germany (right in both photographs below) accompanied by Daniel Rutstein, Director of Trade & Investment, made an impromptu tour of UK Exhibitors in Hall 4 including Precision Ceramics where he was greeted on stand by Geoff Randle and Ben Staniforth (2nd and 3rd from left).

 

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