British Ambassador Visits Precision Ceramics Stand at Hannover Messe 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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