Six sectors welcome new members this week

MEMBERS new to Made in Britain this week ending 19 August 2022 represent six manufacturing sectors.
 
Two digital manufacturers join the software sector, Ross-on-Wye-based Dizions Limited and Essex company Library Suite Ltd.
 
Dizions Limited provides scalable, easy-to-use, cloud-based solutions that improve information flow and enable its customers to provide a better service to their clients. The company says it will use the Made in Britain mark on its website, marketing materials, social media and formal documents such as invoices.
 
Library Suite Ltd offers compliance software in areas such as ISO and health and safety. Library Suite plans to use the mark in marketing campaigns and on its website and emails.
 
Next Divan Beds joins the home and living sector. The company makes and sells beds, mattresses and headboards in Leeds and says it will use the Made in Britain mark on its website.

Also joining the home and living sector is Leverint Lighting. Leverint designs, hand blows and assembles its lighting creations in its Enfield workshop. It says it will use the mark in lots of places, including on products as well as packaging and the website.
 
Engineering company Air Pumping Limited makes numerous products. Its latest is a system for dry fogging pathogen control and this will carry the Made in Britain mark. This is made in its workshop in Upminster. The company also manufactures bespoke pumping units for mining and drilling rigs.
 
Hamilton Pow-R-Safe Systems Ltd is another engineering company joining this week. The company is based in Chesterfield and makes overhead crane power components. The company’s letterheads, invoices and website will all carry the Made in Britain mark.
 
Delta Fluid Technology Ltd makes metalworking fluids on its site at Sherburn-in-Elmet near Leeds. The company will put the mark on packaging, paperwork, website and marketing materials and joins the chemicals sector.
 
Also adding its weight to the chemicals sector is Bristol-based PVA Hygiene which will use the mark on labelling, marketing materials, website, social media marketing for the water-soluble cleaning sachets for professional use.
 
TrainFX designs and manufactures passenger Information systems, passenger counting systems, seat reservation and seat occupancy systems for use on new build and legacy train fleets. TrainFX is based in the railway city of Derby and plans to use the mark in marketing materials and possibly on the physical equipment at the manufacturing stage. The company joins the transport sector.
 
Last but not least this week are the builders. Modular Wiring Systems Ltd joins the building and construction sector and makes modular wiring for lighting and power in larger buildings. The Chesterfield-based company says it will use the Made in Britain mark on its letterheads, invoices, emails and website.
 
Welcome to Made in Britain these new members. We look forward to seeing your news stories and seeing your products in the directory.
 
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By Made in Britain 5 months ago | Made in Britain news

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