Posted 16th January

Pland Stainless celebrates 100th anniversary

By KBBDaily on 16th January 2019 - 08:00am
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UK stainless steel manufacturer Pland Stainless is celebrating its 100th anniversary this year, having been founded in 1919 on the same site from which it still operates on Lower Wortley Ring Road in Leeds.

The company said it will be revealing “exciting plans” during the year to mark the occasion, including a large stainless steel logo to promote its centenary, which is set to be unveiled in March.

“We have a lot planned over the year, starting with a visit from the Lord and Lady Mayoress of Leeds at the end of January,” said joint owner and managing director Steve Duree.

“We have a staff gathering organised to thank our most valuable asset and to continue the celebration theme, we’ll be running a number of competitions over the year.”

He added: “We will also continue to push our Made in Britain campaign and with Brexit around the corner, there is proven to be a growing interest in our products and service.”

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