Meet our newest members joining Made in Britain

We are excited to welcome our new members to the Made in Britain membership. Below, we introduce who they are, what they do, and how they plan to use the Made in Britain Mark.

First up to join this week is Copenstick. They make a unique range of machines for the window and kitchen manufacturing industries, made in West Sussex. They will join the Engineering sector and will display the Made in Britain Mark on their products, packaging, exhibitions, and brochure.

Next in the Engineering sector is Bowles & Walker Ltd, who manufacture plastic components via injection moulding. They intend to showcase the Made in Britain mark across their packaging, vehicle livery, premises, factory, warehouse, digital communications, social media, and website.

Also joining the Engineering sector is BKBD Limited, who manufacture condensing boilers. They will feature the Made in Britain mark across their product, packaging, exhibitions, brochure, technical guide, digital communications, social media, and website.

Pressac Communications, based in Nottingham, UK, are joining the Engineering sector too. They design, develop, and manufacture sensors for buildings, monitoring parameters and delivering data on energy usage, indoor air quality, and occupancy. They plan to use the Made in Britain Mark on a wide range of platforms including products, packaging, supply chain, premises, factory, exhibitions, brochure, technical guide, digital communications, social media, and website. 

Last to join the Engineering sector this week will be FAC Technology. They manufacture a range of materials and components, including potting compounds for satellites and carbon fibre panels for use in the drone industry, as well as aircraft pallets. They will use the Made in Britain Mark on their packaging, exhibitions, digital communications, social media, and website.

The Transport sector welcomes Weightlifter Bodies Ltd this week, a manufacturer of tipper trailers and bodies for the road transport of aggregates, waste, and farm products. They plan to feature the Made in Britain Mark on products, vehicle livery, factory, exhibitions, brochure, technical guide, digital communications, social media, and their website.

Beorma Leather Company Ltd joins the Clothing & Apparel sector, producing leather goods, they will utilise the Made in Britain Mark on their packaging, factory, exhibitions, brochure, digital communications, social media, and their website.

The Home & Living sector sees Gemini Worktops joining, they make made to measure quartz worktops, bespoke for every kitchen. Part of a fourth-generation family business that has been a pioneer in UK stonemasonry for almost a century, they draw on their long tradition of innovation and exceptional craftsmanship to create the world’s most exquisite stone surfaces. And, they are the only company in the UK that designs, sources, makes and installs their own stone surfaces! They will utilise the Made in Britain Mark across their premises, brochure, digital communications, social media, and website.

Joining the Technology sector is Tewke, they manufacture intelligent light switches and plug sockets. Currently, they build products in their office in London, but will soon be moving to a new dedicated site in the coming year! 

Our final addition this week is CheckFire Ltd, a producer of fire extinguishers based in South Wales. They will join the Building & Construction sector and intend to showcase the Made in Britain Mark across their products, packaging, workwear, exhibitions, brochures, technical guide, digital communications, social media, and website.

From everyone at Made in Britain, we would like to welcome this week's new members. We look forward to seeing your Members’ News stories and your products in the Members’ Product Directory.

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

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