On 15 September, the Royal Highness Hereditary Grand Duke of Luxembourg participated in the 50th anniversary of Cluster member Morgan Advanced Materials Luxembourg.

A wholly owned subsidiary of the English Morgan Advanced Materials group specializes in the machining of carbon parts used in rotary systems of refining chemical treatment pumps, energy turbines, compression systems and also aeronautics.

Founded in 1967 on the basis of a joint venture between local Luxembourgish investors and the Morgan group. The Luxembourgish Company currently employs 70 people and exports its production parts throughout Europe and the Middle East in very short delivery delays.

On his visit, The Hereditary Grand Duke of Luxembourg was accompanied by Mrs. Francine Closener, Secretary of State for the Economy. He was deeply interested in the manufacturing process of the parts during the factory visit in which the team of sales engineers had the honor to explain the different types of application using carbon parts.

The Royal Highness was then introduced to the European and Worldwide Management who were present on site for the event, by our General Director, Yannick Malvaux.

Over the past 10 years, the company has grown significantly to offer ultra-short delivery terms to its European and Middle Eastern customers.

It is both the combination of being active in a niche market, the use of a unique and complex carbon material, versatility and continuous training of its staff that allows Morgan Advanced Materials Luxembourg to be a market leader in its field.

Morgan Advance Materials and its employees, situated in the Grand Duchy of Luxembourg have welcomed the host country and its highest representatives for 50 years.

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