Welcoming new members to Made in Britain

We would like to welcome 11 new members to Made in Britain membership this week. Below we take a look at who they are, what they do and how they intend to use the Made in Britain Mark.

Joining the Building & Construction sector is GeoGrow Ltd, who manufacture the Rootlok Vegetated Wall System, used for earth retainment and erosion control. They will be using the Made in Britain Mark on their product, packaging, care labels, vehicle livery, premises, at exhibitions, in their brochure, technical guides, throughout their digital communications, social media and website. 

Joining the Clothing & Accessories sector, Z.A. Strap Co. manufactures watch straps at their base in Liverpool.

The Engineering sector sees Bellamet UK Ltd join this week. They manufacture sheet metal enclosures and parts, as well as box section fabrication and laser profiling on a sub-contract basis. They will be using the Made in Britain Mark in their digital communications, social media, and website.

Rope Assemblies Ltd also join us in the Engineering sector. They manufacture certified wire rope slings for various industries including theatre & entertainment. They intend to use the Made in Britain Mark at exhibitions, on digital communications, social media, and their website.

The last member joining the Engineering sector this week is Russell Brushes. They make the highest quality brooms, hand brushes and other homeware brushes using pure bristle alongside our range of specialist industrial applicators. They will be using the Made in Britain Mark at exhibitions, in brochures and on digital communications, social media, and their website. 

Smile Science Harley Street, join us in the Health & Beauty sector, who make oral care products. They plan to use the Made in Britain mark on their product, packaging, premises, exhibitions, brochure, digital communications, social media, and on their website.

Wraptious Limited join the Home & Living sector. They make hardboard cork-backed coasters and placemats, MDF keyrings, decorations, fridge magnets, clocks and peg hook boards. They plan to use the Made in Britain Mark on their product, packaging, care label, brochure, digital communications, social media, and website.

Also joining us in the Home & Living sector is Heritage Components, who manufacture their own design, wooden furniture legs using hardwood timber. They intend to use the Made in Britain Mark on their product, exhibitions, digital communications, social media, and on their website.

Ligneolus UK Ltd join the Printing & Publishing sector. The firm specialise in retail displays for timber and steel industries. They will be using the Made in Britain Mark on their product, digital communications, social media and on their website. 

Joining the Sports & Leisure sector is Mount Evo. They design and assemble vacuum-mounted sports accessories. They intend to use the Made in Britain Mark on their product, packaging, vehicle livery, workwear, brochure, technical guide, digital communications, social media, and on their website.

To end this week's round up, we would like to welcome MKR Assets Ltd to the Transport sector. They manufacture tough and durable products for automotive, aviation, rail, equine and industrial uses. They plan to use the Made in Britain Mark on their product, packaging, care labels, premises, digital communications, social media, and on their website.

From everyone at Made in Britain, we would like to welcome this week's 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 4 months ago | By Made in Britain

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