Signage company Spectrum Industrial receives accreditation from Made in Britain

DONCASTER-based sign maker Spectrum Industrial has been accredited by the Made in Britain organisation. The company specialises in signs for industrial applications such as site notice boards and tagging systems for scaffolding.

Tania Turner, spokesperson for Spectrum Industrial, told Made in Britain, “We have over 25 years’ experience of manufacturing safety signage. We ensure that the signage conforms with all legislation.  As an expert in this field, we can also provide audits for businesses to ensure they have the right safety signage in the right place so that it is visible to all.

“It is fantastic to be accredited by Made in Britain. We are proud to manufacture our signage at our premises in Doncaster. The British manufacturing sector is still a strong brand worldwide but due to the technology evolution and the decline in costs of globally imported goods, we are not as prolific as we once were. A recent government report showed that in 1966 there were around nine million people working in manufacturing in Britain compared to three million today. With the addition of recent events such as Brexit and COVID-19, it is even more important now than ever that we come together and support great British companies manufacturing in Great Britain rebuilding a prosperous nation on a world stage.”

Spectrum Industrial will use the official Made in Britain mark against its safety signage products in brochures and websites. As a supplier of other safety products, it will only use the mark against the products that it makes in the UK, which is signage.

Find out more about Spectrum Industrial from its members' directory profile page here and its website here.

By Made in Britain 11 months ago | Made in Britain news

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