This enables Lonza, with its engineering partners on Excalibur, Tweddle Engineering, to express its support visibly for the Grown in Britain campaign, which is driving markets for British-grown timber and wood products.

“Linking with Grown in Britain shows our customers that we are serious about helping them grow their sales of treated British timber,” said Andy Hodge, marketing director of Lonza.

“With a high proportion of the fencing and landscaping market using British-grown timber, and escalating interest in treated British timber in the builders’ merchant and joinery sectors, Lonza is keen to support the Grown in Britain campaign in connecting up markets for British-grown wood.”

Grown in Britain’s CEO Dougal Driver said promotional licensing enables companies to identify with their customers’ values, to support local economies and to give British forests and woodlands a sustainable future.”

Lonza’s promotional licence enables them to use the Grown in Britain logo on literature, online and in other communications.