Five new members join Made in Britain this week

This week’s new members have a construction and engineering flavour as we welcome five new members to Made in Britain. 

The first of three new members in the Building & Construction sector this week is Joinery For All Seasons, based in Sheerness on the Isle of Sheppey. The company manufacture timber windows, doors, and conservatories. They will use the mark on their website and on social media.

The second Building & Construction sector firm joining this week is Studco Building Systems UK, who makes architectural finishing systems, including EzyJamb door frames, window reveals, access panels and more from their base in Rugby. They plan to use the mark on their website and marketing materials.

Redditch-based, Sunvast International UK, are the final member joining the Building & Construction sector this week. The firm manufacture glazed façade systems, designed to create robust and attractive exteriors for a range of buildings. They are going to use the mark on their website, email footer and in their marketing materials.

The first of two members to join the Engineering sector this week is Racaw, who makes a range of linear motion/positioning stages, allowing precise and repeatable control of movement within motion control systems. They intend to use the mark on their products, their website and on social media channels.

To end this week’s round-up, joining the Engineering sector is Uttoxeter-based, Stillages and Cages. The company manufactures specialist material handling equipment. They are planning to use the mark on their products and promotional literature.

From everyone at Made in Britain, we would like to welcome all our new members. We look forward to seeing your Members’ News Stories and your products in the Members’ Directory

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By Made in Britain 3 months ago | Made in Britain news

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