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    Product quality highlighted by customer's success

    • RPC Promens
    Europe, UK, Ireland, Lubricants, Fluids, Chemicals, Industrial, Primary Packaging, Stick Containers, Component Manufacturing Machinery, Container Manufacturing Machinery, Shows, Associations, Media, 20 - 49.99 L, 20 L, 25 L

    The quality and reliability of RPC Promens Industrial Rushden containers has been underlined by the outstanding success of its long-time customer Rock Oil.

    The blender of lubricants is currently investing heavily in major improvements to its manufacturing site – and this prompted its appearance in a feature on BBC Breakfast News on the healthy state of British manufacturing post-Brexit.

    RPC Promens Rushden is a long-term supplier of 20 litre and 25 litre containers to Warrington-based Rock Oil, which appeared on the show after the production team learnt of its plans to open a purpose-built 10,000 square foot Research & Development facility.

    “We were delighted to welcome the BBC onto the site to show the public that manufacturing in the UK is flourishing and brand GB is something to be proud of” comments Greg Hewitt, Managing Director. “This is an accolade not just for us but for all our valued suppliers and trading partners.

    For years we have been using containers from RPC Promens Rushden, and they are always extremely reliable, flexible and easy to deal with. For a company like ours, high quality suppliers are critical to our success.”

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    • Company News
    • English
    • Modified 16 Aug 2017
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