The Queen is offered a helping hand by WILA

As the queen inspected the newly refurbished Cutty Sark on the 25th April – she was offered a steady hand by WILA’s flexible LED handrail solution.

WILA’s Mini LED lighting system was specially developed for integration into the profile bottom of handrails. Thanks to the individual LED units, the system can be used both with straight lines and all radii. Later installation is also possible. The light intensity on the floor can be varied depending upon the distance between the LED pucks.

The world famous Cutty Sark was re-opened by The Queen and Prince Philip. The 143-year-old cargo ship was almost destroyed in a huge fire five years ago in Greenwich. But after £50 million was spent on restoring and repairing the Cutty Sark, she opened to the public once more. Cutty Sark was the fastest ship of her time, transporting cargo all over the world. She carried everything from fine teas to gunpowder, whisky and even buffalo horns.

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