Seven new members join Made in Britain this week

We welcome seven new members to Made in Britain this week, representing five sectors. 
Based in Perry Barr, Birmingham, Bracebridge Engineering join us in the Engineering sector. The company manufactures metal pressings and assemblies for various industries including aerospace, defence, and construction. They will use the mark on their website, emails, and brochures.
Joining Made in Britain in the Creative Industries sector, Divided 360 make turntables for the fashion industry from their workshop in Sway, Hampshire. The turntables are used to rotate products to create a 360° view that can be used online. They plan to use the mark on their website and social media when they launch soon.
High Wycombe-based, iSON Moulding Ltd join members in the Food & Beverage sector. They manufacture plastic acrylic brewery lenses for pubs, bars, clubs, and festivals. The lenses protect and enhance brewers’ labels on draught pumps. The existing brands they work with include Fosters, Strongbow, Heineken, and many more. They intend to use the mark on their website.
Whittington Essentials Limited are the second company to join the Food & Beverage sector this week. The company make food supplements which are sold on Amazon. They plan to use the mark on their website and packaging.
The first of two members to join the Home & Living sector this week is Ligneus Products Limited, who manufacture a wide range of products from sustainably sourced timber. They produce trolleys, queue dividers, impulse bins, A-frames, POS display stands, crates, boxes, buffets, children's climbing frames, kitchen units, pop-ups and more. They intend to use the mark on their website and printed marketing materials.
Also joining the Home & Living sector is London-based UmmPixies, who design and make their own kitchen textiles, and stationery. They plan to use the mark on their website, marketing materials, their market stall, and at trade fairs.
To end this week’s round-up, we would also like to welcome PMC Packaging Ltd, who join members in the Printing & Publishing sector. The company manufacture corrugated printed and plain packaging on-site in their factory based in Hyde, Cheshire, and intend to use the mark on their website, marketing materials and all business correspondence.
From everyone at Made in Britain, we would like to welcome all our new members. We look forward to seeing your 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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