We welcome eight new members to Made in Britain in the last week, representing five sectors.
The first member joining the building and construction sector this week is Quickwire Ltd, who manufacture junction boxes and plugs and sockets for the domestic and commercial lighting industry.
Joining the sports and leisure sector this week is Devon-based company, Yurts for Life, they are a built-to-order business offering its customers the opportunity to design their own yurt, a type of traditional tent.
Also joining from the sport & leisure sector is BRADCOT UK Ltd who manufacture caravan awnings from their base in Shipley, West Yorkshire. They intend to use the mark on the front of all models, within their brochures, website, emails and stationery.
Joining our engineering sector is Trueform Engineering Ltd, who manufacture passenger transport infrastructure, including signage, information display cases, covered walkways and canopies.
New to the market, as well as to Made in Britain, Green White Sice Ltd will be joining us in the home & living sector. They will soon be launching a new electronic, height-adjustable, space-saving workstation.
Also joining the home & living sector is Lloyd Looms Furniture Company who take pride in their hand-built pieces. They intend to use the Made in Britain mark on products specific to the Carnaby range of furniture.
Bio Laboratories Ltd are manufacturers of lip balms, toiletries, bath products and hand sanitiser and is one of two companies joining the health & beauty sector this week.
Another member joining the health & beauty sector is Flora & Curl who produce hair care products for curly hair, their products focus on simplifying the haircare routine. They intend to use the mark on their product packaging labels and boxes, their website, social media, and printed and digital marketing materials.