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ottobre 25, 2016 - Bentley Motorsport

HRH The princess royal opens new Bentley motors research and development centre

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 25 Pyms Lane opens at Bentley’s #crewe headquarters  More than 400 engineers to work on Bentleys of the future  HRH tours the production factory and meets apprentices (Crewe 24th October 2016) Her Royal Highness The Princess Royal today visited the Bentley Motors headquarters in #crewe to open a new research and development centre - 25 Pyms Lane – which is home to more than 400 Bentley engineers. The new building covers 7,200 square metres over four storeys and was constructed in just seven months. The building marks the first stage of Bentley’s headquarter expansion which continues to develop the site as an industry-leading, modern, efficient manufacturing facility. Commenting on the visit, #wolfgangdurheimer, Bentley Chairman and CEO, said: “Our research and development centre, 25 Pyms Lane, is where a new generation of Bentleys will be developed, which will continue our commitment to luxury, performance, quality and engineering #excellence. “We are honoured that we could welcome Her Royal Highness once again to our expanding headquarters, not just to celebrate the continued evolution of our site, but to demonstrate first-hand the skill of our engineers, craftspeople and trainees here in #crewe.” Matthew Reed Corporate Communications Manager matthew.reed@bentley.co.uk +44(0)7903 515088 Andrew Roberts Director of Communications andrewa.roberts@bentley.co.uk +44(0)7432 718801 Bentley Motors Ltd Pyms Lane #crewe CW1 3PL www.bentleymedia.com communications@bentley.co.uk @BentleyComms Press Information Before unveiling a plaque to officially open the new building, The Princess Royal visited Bentley’s flagship showroom, CW1 House, and then toured the main production facility where the company’s four model lines, Bentayga, Continental, Flying Spur and Mulsanne are handcrafted. Her Royal Highness also met both apprentices and colleagues working on bespoke training islands in wood and leather, learning more about Bentley’s innovative approach to training young people and continuously improving the skills of colleagues in all areas of the business. Bentley’s manufacturing apprenticeship programme has recently received national recognition by The Princess Royal herself, being named outstanding by the inaugural Princess Royal Training Awards, created to recognise learning and skills development in industry. Her Royal Highness will host the Awards ceremony at St James’s Palace in November.

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