Stoke-on-Trent, United Kingdom, March 22, 2014 --(PR.com
)-- Denby has been making pottery for over 200 years and specialises in stylish and durable tableware, for both the UK and overseas markets. As an ‘Industry Member’, Technology Partner, Denby Pottery will benefit from access to knowledge services, essential consultancy, industry research and innovation events.
About becoming an Industry Member, Dean Barlow, Compliance & Technical Manager at Denby, said:
"Lucideon provides Denby Pottery with a much valued service. The knowledge and professionalism that Lucideon offers, along with opportunities for networking and the provision of key industry information is vital in ensuring we remain at the forefront of tableware manufacturing in the UK.
“We look forward to a long and mutually beneficial Technology Partnership."
Caroline Mullington, Technology Partnership Manager at Lucideon, commented:
“I am delighted to welcome Denby as a Lucideon Technology Partner.
“We have done a lot of work with Denby in the past but formalising our relationship through a Technology Partnerships means that we’ll be able to work even closer with them. Our experts will provide their extensive experience of ceramics and materials, built up over many years and across many different industries, to help Denby optimise their products and processes, whether that’s through troubleshooting support, the latest industry information or specific technical guidance.”
To find out more about Lucideon’s Technology Partnership Packages, visit www.lucideon.com/partnership.
Lucideon is a leading international provider of materials development, testing and assurance.
Through its offices and laboratories in the UK, US and the Far East, Lucideon provides materials and assurance expertise to clients in a wide range of sectors, including healthcare, construction, ceramics and power engineering.
The company aims to improve the competitive advantage and profitability of its clients by providing them with the expertise, accurate results and objective, innovative thinking that they need to optimise their materials, products, processes, systems and businesses.