Nine new members join Made in Britain this week

Another incredible week of welcoming new members to Made in Britain. This week we welcome nine new members to Made in Britain in three sectors.  
 
We have seven members joining our Home & Living sector this week, first is Frank Allart & Company Limited who are manufactures of high-end door, window and cabinet furniture from brass and bronze. The intend to use the mark on their social media, website, and for printed materials.
 
Another member to join the Home & Living sector this week is Footstools Direct who are a leading UK furniture manufacturer and online retailers. They will use the mark on their website and product labels. 
 
Woodstyle Ltd are also joining the Home & Living sector. They manufacture and install bespoke kitchens, wardrobes and all other home and living fitted furniture in Essex. They intend to use the mark on their website, brochure and marketing materials.
 
Decorquip Ltd manufacture and wholesale interior window shadings to the trade and they’ll also join the Home & Living sector. They plan to use the mark on their website, catalogues, and marketing materials. 
 
Also new to the Home & Living sector is Carbon Gold Ltd who make and sell biochar-based soil improvers, fertilisers and composts. They will use the Made in Britain mark on their packaging and advertising. 
 
Another member to join the Home & Living sector is Savage Works who make metal garden ornaments. They plan to use the mark on their website, social media and marketplaces. 
 
The last member to join the Home & Living sector this week is GCOM Gaming who make video game accessories, input devices and game controllers. They intend to use the mark on their website and marketing materials. 
 
Manufacturers of dust and fume filter units, integratedAIR Filtration, are new to the Engineering sector at Made in Britain this week. They will use the mark on their filter units and marketing outputs. 
 
Lastly, Thomas Flinn & Co Ltd are joining the Creative Industries sector. The manufacture traditional handsaws and Clifton hand planes. They plan to use the mark on marketing materials and social media. 
 
From everyone at Made in Britain, we would like to welcome all our new members. We look forward to seeing your Members’ News Stories and your products in the Members’ Product Directory.
 
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