Vision Support Services has commemorated the 150th anniversary of their leading luxury product brand, Liddell with several high-profile events.

Originating in 1866 in Donaghcloney, Ireland by William Liddell, the Liddell brand has worked with a number of prestigious clients across a range of industries. From the Titanic in 1912 to 1999 where their linen was delivered to the seven-star Burj Al Arab hotel in Dubai, the core range has proved to be a hit the world over.

Earlier this year Vision coordinated and carried out a research project which saw members of staff take the local libraries of Ireland alongside an Irish historian to uncover the beginnings of the brand whilst, more recently, the company created its own version of Titanic replica linen to be sold later on in the year.

Vision also invited guests and company representatives to spend the day aboard the Belmond British Pullman, sister train of the Venice Simplon-Orient-Express, on an exclusive trip around the Kent countryside.

Key players from the hospitality industry were invited along including representatives from the Hilton group, IHG, Accor and Nobu Hotels as well as those from the commercial laundry sector including Belmont Laundry, Professional Linen Services and Bates of London.