CLAYWARE company Naylor has received recognition for its role as a key supplier to the 2012 London Olympics.
The Cawthorne-based company, which employs a number of people from Kirklees, has been presented with a London 2012 Supplier Recognition Licence from the British Olympics Association.
The firm supplied clay and plastic pipes to the Olympic venues and much of the Olympic Park, including the velodrome and the athletes’ village.
Naylor chief executive Edward Naylor said: “As a result of obtaining this licence, we are now able to promote our extensive involvement in the Olympic construction programme.
“Given the high international profile of the Games, this will be particularly beneficial to our fast expanding export department.”