This week we welcome ten new members to Made in Britain:
First up this week is Dutton Engineering who will be joining us in the Engineering sector. They are a sub contract sheet metal fabrication company. They intend to use the Made in Britain mark on their website and marketing literature.
The second member to be joining the Engineering sector is The Expanded Metal Company Limited who are specialists in expanded metal mesh solutions. They plan to use the Made in Britain mark on their website, email footers, catalogues, exhibitions and business cards.
The third and final member to be joining us in the Engineering sector this week is Cottam Brush Ltd who manufacture a range of brushes for industrial use. They will be using the Made in Britain mark on their marketing materials, website and hopefully product packaging in the future.
We have two new members to the Building & Construction sector this week, first up is Sashless Window Company Limited who manufacture timber windows and doors. They plan to use the mark on their website, emails, promotional literature.
Also joining the Building & Construction sector is J.A SEALS LTD who make various industrial and domestic seals for industry, trade and general public consumption. They intend to use the Made in Britain mark on their two websites and also stationery.
We also have two members joining the Home & Living sector this week. First up is Stoneglow Candles who make candles, diffusers and room sprays. They will be using the mark on their packaging, website and brochure.
The second member to be joining the Home & Living sector is DEUCO Bathroom Furniture Ltd who are manufacturers of fitted and modular bathroom furniture. They plan to use the Made in Britain mark on their website, packaging and marketing literature.
Joining us in the Sports & Leisure sector is Beaverfit who manufacture gym equipment and training facilities using raw steel and shipping containers. They will be using the mark on their marketing materials, social media, website, letterhead paper and email signature.
EV Cables, design, manufacture and assemble charging cables for electric vehicles and they are joining us in the Transport sector. They intend to use the mark on their website and product collateral.
To end this week’s round up is Bray Cured who make charcuterie in Bray, Berkshire who will be joining us in the Food & Beverage sector. They plan to use the Made in Britain mark on their website, product advertising and product packaging.
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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By Made in Britain 1 month ago | Made in Britain news