In recognition of its 60th anniversary in business, UK trailer builder, Gray & Adams, welcomed His Royal Highness Prince Charles, the Duke of Rothesay, to a factory visit and subsequent celebrations.
James Ingleby, Lord Lieutenant of Aberdeenshire, joined HRH Prince Charles to unveil a plaque to commemorate the visit.
“The first Royal Visit in the history of the business marks an exciting milestone for us in our 60th year and begins a full year of celebrations with staff, customers and local communities,” the company said.
“In 1957, our co-founders, panel beater Jim Gray and motor mechanic Jim Adams, set out with a vision to form a car and body repair business in Fraserburgh to service the local area.
“Over the course of the last 60 years we have grown out of all recognition but always stayed true to our heritage, and we remain a family owned business. Now employing more 700 people across our base in the North East of Scotland and four other manufacturing facilities across the UK, we remain driven to deliver innovation, excellence and first class service to all customers.”