TWO of this week’s new members are from the agriculture sector. It’s always nice to welcome people who work on the land to help feed and clothe us.
Nutricor Agronomics Ltd makes biostimulant fertilisers, mineral fertilisers, micronised fertilisers, granular mineral fertilisers and soil and plant conditioners in Guildford.
Also new to the agriculture sector is EB Equipment Ltd, Barnsley, which makes GRP silos and tanks, and farm conveying systems.
The sector gaining the most new members this week is engineering.
Westfield Patterns vacuum forms plastic products covering anything from inhaler parts for the NHS, packaging for the major supermarkets, car parts, recycle bin parts for Roadchef, many parts for general industry and also products for the leisure industry. It does all this in Weston-super-mare.
Oldham Engineering Ltd, Oldham, Lancs is responsible for the machining, fabrication, welding and mechanical assembly of full and sub-assemblies for supply into nuclear new-builds, nuclear decommissioning, defence, oil and gas, subsea, aerospace and renewables industries.
Radio Data Networks Limited designs and manufactures radio telemetry, remote monitoring, radio and satellite telemetry solutions, point-to-point links, and real-time autonomous smart networks to reduce flooding and pollution. It is based in Bishop’s Stortford.
Our fourth new member in engineering is AVMR, which has a rubber moulding factory in Warminster, Wiltshire.
Two members join the clothing and apparel sector.
Wolf in Sheep's Clothing hand cuts and makes its garments at its factory in Brandon, Suffolk.
Get Stuff Made is a clothing and accessory sampling and development studio. It offers pattern-cutting services, and physical samples for new and existing brands from its base in Ringstead, Northamptonshire.
New to the technology sector is Environmental Innovations Limited, designer and manufacturer of pollution and firewater containment systems in Bishop’s Stortford, and Henniker Plasma, which manufactures plasma treatment systems at its premises in Runcorn, Cheshire. Plasma treatments are used to alter the surface properties of a wide range of materials to make them easier to bond, glue and paint.
Knauf UK lends its support to the building and construction sector by manufacturing more than 80 million square metres of plasterboard a year, according to its application to join. It manufactures at two UK sites: Immingham and Sittingbourne.
One new member joins from the creative industries sector this week. Tradesignz Manufacturing Ltd fabricates metal work for signage industry at its premises in Morecambe, Lancashire.
VitaThrive joins from the health and beauty sector. It makes food supplements at its factory in Stamford, Lincolnshire.
Haneker Ltd is a maker of English handcrafted architectural joinery and cabinetry. Its workshop is in London and it joins the home and living sector of Made in Britain’s membership.
As of 8 April 2022 the number of members of Made in Britain stood at 1,856.