Ten new members join Made in Britain this week

This week we welcome ten new members to Made in Britain in eight sectors.
First up this week is ECCO Finishing Supplies Limited, who manufacture shotblasting machines and passive fire protection machines. They are one of two new members to join us in the Engineering sector this week. They intend to use the mark on every item they build. 
The second member to join the Engineering sector this week is Pearce Compaction Systems Ltd. They manufacture Balers & Compactors for the waste & recycling industry. They intend to use the mark on all of our machines, literature, marketing & website.
Joining the Sports & Leisure sector this week is UK Saddles Ltd who manufacture equestrian equipment such as horse saddles, bridles, stirrup leathers and girths. They intend to use the mark on their social media platforms and on their products. 
GroHelper Ltd design and manufacture a control hub which is printed and constructed in the UK, and they’ll be joining the Electronics sector. They intend to use the mark on their website and marketing materials. 
Umbra are joining the Home & Living sector. They manufacture made-to-measure window blinds, curtain tracks and associated products from our factory in Swansea, UK. They will use the mark on the website, social media and printed literature.
Along with Umbra, NATURA are joining the Home & Living sector. NATURA handcraft a range of furniture pieces, specialising in bespoke commissions, from their workshop in Sheffield.
Manufacturing British Military Ceremonial Swords for the British and Commonwealth Armed Forces, Pooley Sword Ltd will be joining us in the Creative Industries sector. 
Joining us in the Food & Beverage sector is Inox Fabrications Ltd. Who make commercial catering equipment such as stainless-steel fabrications and ventilation systems. They intend to use the mark in marketing materials and on finished products.
Evolve Dynamics Ltd design and manufacture UAV Aircraft and Systems and join us in the Technology sector. They intend to use the mark in marketing materials, email signatures and within business development. 
To end this week’s round up, joining the Building & Construction is Industrial Nature UK Ltd. They manufacture natural fibre insulation which is made from hemp and flax, they are carbon negative and breathable. They intend to use the mark on both print and digital media within the business. 

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 Product Directory. 
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By Made in Britain 3 months ago | Made in Britain news

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