Lord Lieutenant of Greater Manchester presents Queen's Award to Metalube

PUBLISHED: 06 Sep 13

Mr Warren Smith J.P. Her Majesty's Lord Lieutenant of Greater Manchester with David Lee
Mr Warren Smith J.P. Her Majesty's Lord Lieutenant of Greater Manchester with David Lee

On Thursday, 5th September 2013 at 11.50pm Mr Warren Smith J.P. Her Majesty's Lord Lieutenant of Greater Manchester presented Metalube Ltd with a Queens Award for Enterprise in International Trade.

The Lord Lieutenant was warmly welcomed and thanked by Metalube's Founder and Managing Director, Mr David Lee who expressed what a proud day it was for him and the company. Mr Lee also thanked all the Metalube employees for their hard work and commitment to the company. He also conveyed how pleased he was to welcome members of the team to Irlam from China, Brazil, India, Hong Kong and Malaysia.

The company is very much a family business with three sets of fathers and sons amongst the team working for Metalube - this was very apparent today, with three generations of various families there to witness the proud ceremony.

Metalube is a world leader in the production of lubricants specifically for the metal, wire and cable industries. Over 90% of its products are exported to over 80 countries worldwide.

The company's head office is based in Irlam, Greater Manchester but it also has offices in China, India and Brazil.

Metalube Ltd, UK
Tel: + 44 161 775 7771
Email: post@metalube.co.uk
Web: www.metalube.co.uk

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