Engineers top new members list this week

NEW members of Made in Britain this week (23 May 2022) include five engineering firms. The engineering sector is the biggest among members.

Tubeform Ltd works with mild and stainless steel tubes to create products like contract furniture and car exhausts. Tubeform is based in Wolverhampton.

Screen Print Essentials Ltd manufactures ancillary machinery items allied to the textile screen printing industry. The company designs its products in Kent, it has the metalwork produced in Kent and assembles the products in, yes, you guessed it, in Kent.

Dutypoint Ltd designs, manufactures and commissions a range of clean water booster packages, wastewater collection sumps and associated pumps and packaged utility cupboards. It is based in Gloucester.

AngliArc Welding Ltd of Diss in Norfolk designs and makes gates, stairs and other articles using British steel and metals.

Birtley-based HSM makes earthmoving buckets and attachments for construction, waste, demolition, quarrying and mining.

Two members join the home and living sector. Home & Garden Extras manufactures a range of garden planters and plant supports. Its most popular products include peony cages and garden obelisks. It is based in Lancing, West Sussex.

Moulds, Patterns And Models Limited manufactures and supplies composite and fibreglass tooling, moulds and products from its premises in Leeds.

The building and construction sector gains two new members, as well. Preedy Glass manufactures glass wipe boards and magnetic glass wipe boards, back-painted glass, laminated glass and UV bonded products in its factory in Park Royal, London.

Daylight Glazing Limited creates aluminium doors and windows, bi-fold and sliding doors at the Old Culford sawmill near Bury St Edmunds.

Botanic Labels joins the printing and publishing sector of membership. It makes labels for the horticultural, museum and wine industries. They are hand-made in Moddershall, Staffordshire.

Integer Group UK makes EPoS and online ordering systems for takeaway food shops. It joins our software sector.

Pro Padel Courts Ltd adds its name to our sports and leisure sector. It works with a third party in an exclusive manufacturing agreement to build padel courts. The courts are fabricated in Barnstaple, north Devon.

And finally, Overwatch Aerospace manufactures drones and related technology in Reading. It joins the technology sector.

By Made in Britain 2 months ago | Made in Britain news

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