HERE'S a run-down of what's going on this week in the world of Made in Britain members.
ShoreTrench has created a valuable trench depth checking system for use with Bobcat excavators. Find out more here.
A new Bluetooth system from Hydrajaws records the results of fixings pull-tests and compiles them into reports, complete with graphs. Read the story here.
Catfoss is getting excited about its latest award nomination (left). Here are the details.
Nicab announces its new external networking cable. Check it out.
Thorn lights up 2 Stockport Exchange. Click to read about it.
Backup Systems warns of the IT security risks to small businesses. Find out how to protect yourself here.
Learn all about steam system monitoring from DCO Systems by clicking here.
Precision engineering is also time-dependent, according to Addison Precision. Find out why here.
Meet the HDL apprentice, Tayjah (left). Find out more.
Find out what a cavitating pump sounds like, courtesy of Crest Pumps Ltd. Read the description here.
Say hello to Banelec's new engineer, click here.
Furnitubes: Home-grown solutions to meet the UK demand for street furniture. Learn more here.
Do you know what a cockle spot is? Find out from Light Corporation here.
PPextra donates face masks to Doncaster Chamber. Click here to find out more.
Industry veteran Kevin Warner becomes exlabesa sales director. Read all about it.
Introducing the Xlafold bi-fold from exlabesa. Check it out.
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