Welcoming new members to Made in Britain

We are thrilled to welcome our new members to the Made in Britain membership. Below, we take a look at who they are, what they do, and how they plan to use the Made in Britain Mark.

Sting Blade Productions Ltd joins the Sports & Leisure sector this week. They design and manufacture Stingblade, an invention designed to safely remove jellyfish micro-barbs from the skin without activating them. The product comes in two versions: the Stingblade Personal and the Stingblade Professional. They intend to use the Made in Britain Mark on their products, packaging, care labels, workwear, brochures, digital communications, social media, and website.

Joining the Building & Construction sector is Brown Bird and Company Limited, who are a design-led, hand-built campervan conversion company, creating bespoke and custom-built campervans from their workshop in Sandhutton, North Yorkshire. They will be using the Made in Britain Mark across their products, care labels, exhibitions, brochures, digital communications, social media, and website.

The Engineering Sector sees Advanced Materials joining this week. They manufacture silicone rubber extensions and gaskets, made in Littlehampton, West Sussex. They will feature the Made in Britain Mark on products, packaging, care labels, premises, factory, exhibitions, brochures, technical guides, digital communications, social media, and their website.

Supa Innovations Ltd joins the Chemicals Sector. They manufacture eco-mate paper bottles made from paper and plant-based materials. Their bottles are 100% biodegradable and safely break down within months of being thrown away. The bottles are made at their factory located near Stamford, Lincolnshire. They will use the Made in Britain Mark across their products, packaging, premises, factory, warehouse, exhibitions, brochure, technical guide, digital communications, social media, and website.

The Creative Industries Sector welcomes Fox & Boo. They are a small, independent, family business that manufactures homeware gifts, including a range of greeting cards and textiles. They plan to use the Made in Britain Mark on their products, care labels, brochures, digital communications, social media, and website.

Morvelle, who manufacture aluminium verandas, canopies, and pergolas, are joining the Home & Living Sector. They intend to use the Made in Britain Mark on products, warehouse, exhibitions, brochures, technical guides, digital communications, social media, and website.

The final member joining the Health & Beauty Sector is John Florence Limited, who manufacture bespoke medical devices prescribed by their clinical team, predominantly to the NHS. Their products are manufactured at their production facility in Lewes, East Sussex. They will be using the Made in Britain Mark on literature relating to their bespoke products and during procurement exercises.

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 3 months ago | By Made in Britain

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