Homes and building sectors provide most new members this week

THE Kitchen Depot is the first of two new members from the home and living sector to join Made in Britain this week (16 May 2022). It manufactures kitchen cabinets and bespoke kitchen furniture in Glasgow.

Some of those bespoke kitchens could be providing homes for products from Savernake Knives. Savernake makes kitchen and outdoor knives at its workshop near Marlborough in Wiltshire.

UEP Switchgear Ltd manufactures low voltage switchgear in Mildenhall, Suffolk and is the first of two building and construction new members. It is joined this week by Creatif Architectural Products Ltd, which makes moving walls with an acoustic element for office spaces. It does this in Leeds, West Yorkshire.

Hexigone makes a new type of corrosion inhibitor that is a patented technology, discovered at Swansea University. It sells its chemical product across the world.

Campbell's of Beauly manufactures luxury cashmere and lambswool knitwear utilising small family-run mills with whom it has worked for over 30 years. It also produces country wear such as men’s boots, tweed caps and trousers. It bolsters our clothing and apparel sector.

Claude Lyons joins the energy sector. It designs and manufactures AC voltage control, stabilisation, power conditioner and energy-saving systems.

Horizon Group Ltd is based in Huddersfield, West Yorkshire where it manufactures bus shelters, metal framework for student accommodation and hotels and lockable notice boards. It joins our engineering sector.

And finally, this week, joining our agriculture sector members is ArenaMate. ArenaMate manufactures equipment for horse arenas at its facilities in Lincolnshire and Kent.

By Made in Britain 1 week ago | Made in Britain news

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