Multiple new members join the Engineering, Electronics and Health & Beauty sectors

This week we welcomed eleven new members to Made in Britain membership. Joining us in the Electronics, Building & Construction, Transport, Engineering, Home & Living, Health & Beauty and Clothing & Accessories sectors. 

First up this week is Orbik Electronics Limited who will join the Electronics sector. They manufacture lighting luminaires and printed circuit boards. They intend to use the Made in Britain mark on their company website and social media. 

Also joining the Electronics sector is AM Industrial (UK) Ltd. They manufacture pipeline inspection robotic camera systems and they will be using the mark on their internal paperwork, website and social media. 

Skaigh Engineering are manufacturers of high quality aluminium gravity die casting and they'll be joining us in the Engineering sector. They will be using the Made in Britain mark on their website and internal paperwork. 

Also joining the Engineering sector is Wysetech. They manufacture aero mechanical conveying systems for the food and chemicals industries. They intend to use the mark on their equipment, website, literature and at trade shows. 

Sunswap make sola-charged fully electric transport refrigeration units and they'll be also joining the Engineering sector. They plan to use the Made in Britain mark on their marketing, visual advertising, social media, email marketing and trade show materials. 

The Health & Beauty sector will see Kitt Medical join this week. They make emergency treatment medication kits for severe allergic reactions. They intend to use the mark on their website, marketing materials and product packaging. 

Evolve Laboratories will also be joining the Health & Beauty sector. They make skincare products and will be using the mark on their website. 

Cosy Garden Rooms will be joining the Building & Construction sector. They design and build garden rooms and garden buildings. They intend to use the Made in Britain mark on their website, social media and blogs. 

The Transport sector will see Reversee Ltd join this week. They make an add on reverse light for cars. They plan to use the mark on their website. 

Joining the Home & Living sector this week is Splinterworks Limited. They make carbon fibre bathtubs and basins, swimming pools and furniture. They intend to use the Made in Britain mark on their marketing materials and website.

To end this week's round up, Tilsatec will be joining us in the Clothing & Apparel sector. They manufacture hand, arm and body protection and technical textiles. They plan to use the Made in Britain mark on their social media, product labels and literature. 

From everyone at Made in Britain, we would like to welcome our 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 11 months ago | By Made in Britain

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