Mitre Linen awarded renewal of Royal Warrant

Paul Stevens By Paul Stevens
1 week ago | Updated 1 week ago

UK: Bed linen, bedding, towelling products and soft furnishings supplier, Mitre Linen, has announced it has again been awarded Her Majesty The Queen’s Royal Warrant.

Nisbets Group CEO Klaus Goeldenbot said: "I am absolutely thrilled to share the news that Mitre Linen has again been granted a Royal Warrant, which is a testament to the outstanding customer service and quality products the company is renowned for."

"I congratulate the team at Mitre for all their hard work in earning this great honour from the Royal Household of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II," he added.

Based in Merthyr Tydfil in South Wales, Mitre Linen has held HM The Queen's Royal Warrant since 1955.  As Royal Warrants are reviewed every five years, it confirms that Mitre Linen will hold the honour until 2025.

Mitre Linen general manager Kate Gough said: "Our team work so hard to ensure we meet the high levels of quality and service required to earn this honour, so we are really proud to be recognised in this way."

The company has a reputation for quality and reliability, and it supplies its extensive range of products to the hospitality, leisure, education, healthcare and laundry industries worldwide. 

Mitre Linen's reasoning for remaining at the forefront of design and product developments in the field of textiles for more than 70 years is by embracing innovation.  Recent developments have included the launch of its eco range of bedding and towelling, made from ethically-produced, recycled and organic products.

Mitre Linen was established in 1946 in Wardrobe Place by St Paul's Cathedral in the City of London. The name 'Mitre' comes from the elaborate headwear the bishop of the church wore.

Mitre was first awarded a Royal Warrant in 1955. In 2000, the company relocated to Wales before it was acquired by Nisbets Group in 2016.

For further information on Mitre's products and services, visit the company's website at www.mitrelinen.co.uk or call 01685 353456.

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