Goodridge, the world's leader in fluid transfer systems, has announced its participation in the BLOODHOUND Project both as a financial sponsor and a product sponsor.
Chairman and Founder, Stuart Goodridge, said "We are delighted to continue the excellent relationship between Goodridge and Richard Noble and Andy Green, which began with Thrust and continued with Thrust 2. Goodridge hose and fittings have been incorporated into all these vehicles and we look forward to working with the BLOODHOUND team, to play our part in ensuring the success of this iconic engineering adventure."
Goodridge is the world’s leading manufacturer of performance fluid transfer systems. It operates in the automotive, motorcycle, motorsport, military and specialist industrial sectors. This dynamic private company manufactures in ten facilities globally and supplies customers around the world with a unique combination of design, innovation, reliability and outstanding service. Goodridge has a turnover of approximately £30 million with 80+ staff in Exeter and 240+ worldwide.