HRH Prince William Visits Triumph Motorcycle Factory

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Yesterday HRH Prince William, Duke of Cambridge, visited the Triumph Motorcycle Factory in Hinckley, Leicestershire to tour the facility. Whilst there, he viewed the assembly line and the new £6 million paint shop, featuring 30+ DeVilbiss GTi Pro spray guns and Binks pressure pots, which play a vital role in the manufacture of Triumph motorcycles.


CFT Distributor AE Industrial worked with Triumph on this project to develop and install the new paint shop, which will be opening this spring.


The visit offered the Duke of Cambridge an insider look into the assembly and manufacture of these world-famous motorbikes. Triumph celebrated its 115th year anniversary last year, and produces approximately 67,000 bikes annually.


Prince William, an avid motorcycle fan, has owned two Triumph motorcycles in his lifetime - a Triumph Daytona 600 and 675. 


Carlisle Fluid Technologies welcomes the opportunity to work with end users like Triumph Motorcycles, whose time-honoured craftsmanship serves to demonstrate both Triumph's and CFT's commitment to excellence.


Read more about HRH Prince William's visit in the Leicester Mercury.