Building sector leads growth at Made in Britain

EVENTS over the last few days have led to two weeks’ worth of new members being introduced here and most represent the building and construction sector.

MT Designs 360 Ltd makes tool inserts for Systainers and made-to-measure doors for kitchens. The company plans to use the Made in Britain mark on its inserts and custom-made doors and furniture.

Classic Marble (Showers) Ltd is based in Ballygawley, Northern Ireland where it makes shower trays and bathroom waterproofing products. It will be using the Northern Irish version of the Made in Britain mark (below) on its marketing brochures.

Cheam-based Deans Blinds Ltd manufactures awnings, canopies and barriers and it too will use the mark on its brochures and also its website.

EcoDuct specialises in pre-insulated energy-saving ductwork manufactured in Blackpool. It plans to use the Made in Britain mark in its marketing activities.

Ibstock PLC has big plans for its use of the mark, including its website, press releases, brochures and other literature, advertising, events, social media channels and packaging. Ibstock is a manufacturer and supplier of clay and concrete building solutions for the UK construction industry.

Last of the construction sector new members is ESP Ltd, which makes a wide range of playground equipment for both the schools and commercial market. All its products are made to order at its Burnley factory. ESP plans to put the mark on its website and social media platforms as well as its printed materials.

ValetPRO is new to the chemicals sector and makes car care products including polish, snow foam, tyre dressings, fabric cleaners and protectors and ceramic coatings. “All the products you need to beautify your car,” a spokesperson told us. The Made in Britain mark will appear on its product labels and also on its website and social media platforms.

The clothing and apparel sector welcomes CUI International Ltd, manufacturer of medical garments such as ostomy/hernia support wear at its facility in Lutterworth. It will put the Made in Britain mark on its garments and their packaging.

Creiform Ltd joins the creative industries sector and designs and makes household items, industrial furniture, garden furniture, signage and personalised items for commercial and industrial use. The Sheffield-based company tells us it will be using the Made in Britain mark on its website, social media platforms, and on flyers and leaflets for use at exhibitions and trade shows.

Also joining the creative industries sector is TT Luxury Cat Towers, makers of cat scratching towers with cat beds from Wem in Shropshire. It will use the mark on its website and social media.

Spreadwise Ltd joins the agricultural sector and makes agricultural machinery associated with slurry application. Its equipment is manufactured and assembled at its workshop in Nantwich, Cheshire. Spreadwise will use the Made in Britain mark on its social media, marketing materials and email signatures.

Powerstar has two UK facilities, one in Sheffield and the other in Bromsgrove, where it designs and manufactures a range of ‘behind the meter’ electrical hardware and software to increase the resilience of a site’s power supply while reducing energy consumption and CO2 emissions. Powerstar plans to use the mark on its products as well as its website, marketing materials, an exhibition stand, social media and sales presentations. It’s a welcome newcomer to the energy sector.

Two engineering companies joined in the last two weeks. Hayward Precision GRP Mouldings Ltd manufactures bespoke and engineered GRP mouldings and structures in Eastbourne. Hayward plans to use the mark on its website and stationery.

Meanwhile, Micro Plas Mouldings Ltd helps to develop products for a wide range of industries in both metal and plastic. All tooling is designed by Micro Plas and made in the UK. The company intends to engrave the Made in Britain mark onto its products and feature it in its advertising. That’s OK by us!

Natural Instinct Ltd manufactures raw pet food for dogs and cats in Frimley, which qualifies it for the food and beverage sector. Natural Instinct will use the mark on its packaging and its website.

And finally, we welcome two new companies to the technology sector. EarthSense designs and build the EarthSense Zephyr air quality sensor in Leicester and Derby. It tells us it would like to use the mark on its website, in marketing material and the Zephyr product itself.

The other new technology company is LINEV Systems UK Ltd. Based in Ramsgate, Kent, the company makes security and industrial x-ray screening equipment, baggage scanners and body scanners among other products. The Made in Britain mark will appear on the company’s website, social media, digital marketing materials and global exhibition marketing materials.

Welcome to Made in Britain these new members. We look forward to seeing your news stories and seeing your products in the directory.

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