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Car-care product manufacturer Autoglym officially opened its £4 million warehouse and distribution centre in Letchworth on Friday (Jan 25) with a spectacular display of supercars and daredevil stunt driving.After the ribbon was cut by Chief Executive Paul Caller, staff – who had been bussed down from the company's nearby factory in a classic Routemaster – were treated to an exhibition of precision driving by stunt driver Russ Swift, behind the wheel of a Mini.Inside the 46,000 sq ft building was a display of Autoglym-sponsored cars, including a racing Aston Martin DBR9, a WTCC racing Chevrolet saloon, a drift championship Toyota, a racing MGB, and a Pagani Zonda.
“This opening is the culmination of many years progress and hard work by our staff,” said Caller. “It is a significant step forward as our UK and world-wide markets expand, and as Autoglym becomes a global brand.”

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