Allianz Cornhill. FAB? Well the guys at Kodak think the Allianz Cornhill Engineering team are pretty good. The team were recently called to help with one of the most advanced rescue vehicles on the planet - Thunderbird 2.
In the movie Thunderbirds, the reverse thruster effect for Thunderbird 2 was created using high pressure vessels filled with carbon dioxide. The pressure vessels were among items of plant and machinery at Effects Associates, Kodak's subsidiary at Pinewood Studios, which were examined by Allianz Cornhill Engineering.
Allianz Cornhill Engineering regional business manager Jason Griffiths said: "I was delighted to win the Kodak account but even more thrilled to be able to tell my children that their Dad had helped to service Thunderbird 2."