GLOSSOP-based EGL Vaughan has over 40 years’ experience of making small components using CNC machining, part prototyping, reverse engineering and 3D printing. It has now been accredited by Made in Britain.
Dan Cole, business development manager at EGL Vaughan, told Made in Britain, “We’re a British-born business that’s looking to really help, support and develop our British relationships. We have over 40 years’ experience here and like a lot of British engineering companies we’ve kept within our little bubble and supported our local network. Recently we have focused on our digital presence in the hope that it will allow us to reach the nation rather than just the north-west. As for the business itself we consider ourselves to be a hidden talent, we can’t outwardly advertise it due to non-disclosure agreements but we already manufacture for some big blue-chip companies and have done so for a long time.
“Made in Britain accreditation means a lot to us as its recognition for something that we're very proud of, and that’s that make British-made products with British-born skills. Britain is a country built, supported and recognised worldwide for its superior quality.”