We welcome eight new members to Made in Britain:
We welcome Kelvatek to the Engineering sector. They design and manufacture fault location equipment, network management and automation/reclosing circuit breakers, and asset monitoring and evaluation devices for electricity distribution and transmission networks. They intend to use the Made in Britain mark on their website, brochures, presentations, promotional materials and packaging.
DLS STILLAGES will also be joining the Engineering sector. They create bespoke packaging solutions for the automotive industry primarily. They plan to use the mark on their marketing materials, building signs, website and vehicles.
Atlas Leisure Homes Ltd manufacture static holiday homes and luxury lodges and they’ll be joining the Sports & Leisure sector. They will be using the mark on their exterior walls.
Joining the Printing & Publishing sector is Plastic and Metal Profiles Limited who produce printed and etched goods. They intend to use the Made in Britain mark on their emails, website, social media and paperwork.
We have three new members joining the Building & Construction sector, first up is DeepRoot Urban Solutions Ltd. They create infrastructure to develop solutions to enhance urban forests and surrounding watersheds in city streets, parking lots, campuses and other heavily-paved areas. They plan to use the Made in Britain mark on their website, social media, at events and in promotional materials.
Diespeker & Co will also be joining the Building & Construction sector. They are specialists in terrazzo, marble and other quality stone for the commercial and residential sectors. They intend to use the Made in Britain mark on their websites, social media and in promotional materials.
New Forest Containers are the last member to join the Building & Construction sector this week. They manufacture container conversions. They plan to use the Made in Britain mark on their website and in their brochures.
To end this week’s round up, Hue House Limited join the Home & Living sector. They are manufactures of curtains, roman blinds and pelmets. They intend to use the Made in Britain mark on their website and printed materials.
From everyone at Made in Britain, we would like to welcome our new members. We look forward to seeing your Members’ News Stories and your products in the Members’ Product Directory. Sign up to receive our weekly emails containing stories like this, and more about the fantastic achievements of our members.
By Made in Britain 1 week ago | Made in Britain news