This week we welcome six new members to Made in Britain:
We welcome three new members to the Engineering sector. The first is Lyndhurst Precision who make bespoke components and full-scale assemblies to their customers specifications. They intend to use the Made in Britain mark on their website and email footers.
JCW Engineering Solutions make a range of pedestals to mount EV chargers and they’ll also be joining the Engineering sector. They plan to use the mark on their website.
The last member to join the Engineering sector this week is e.Park Solutions who make metal work posts and brackets. They will be putting the Made in Britain mark on their advertising materials.
Joining the Technology sector is HAVSco Limited, who make hand-arm vibration monitoring systems. They intend to use the mark on their communications, accreditations and exhibitions.
Also joining the Technology sector is Asynt Ltd, who make flow chemistry instruments for Chemistry Research. They plan to use the Made in Britain mark on certain products.
To end this week’s round up, we welcome Herschel Infrared to the Energy sector. They make electric infrared heaters. They will be using the mark on their product labelling, website, and marketing collateral.
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 month ago | Made in Britain news