This week we welcome ten new members to Made in Britain:
First up this week is Transam Extrusions Ltd who will be joining the Building & Construction sector. They manufacture an array of plastic products. They intend to use the Made in Britain mark on their product labels, and on their paper work.
Mantair Limited will also be joining the Building & Construction sector. They manufacture a sewage treatment conversion unit which fits inside septic tanks. They plan to use the mark on their website, social media, marketing material and company vehicles.
The final member to join the Building & Construction sector is Todi and Boys Ltd who manufacture external wooden windows and doors. They will be using the mark on their website, email footers and vans.
Joining the Sports & Leisure sector is The Children’s Playground Co. Ltd;CPCL. They design and manufacture playground equipment made of Robinia Wood. They intend to use the Made in Britain mark on their website.
Mr OJ Walton T/A Equine Lockers.com will also be joining the Sports & Leisure sector. The manufacture flight cases and transport boxes made to measure. They plan to use the mark on their website, social media, newsletters and brochures.
The Printing & Publishing sector gains Potters (London) Limited, who manufacture rigid cardboard boxes for the jewellery industry. The Made in Britain mark will be used on their website.
ARROW DISPOSABLES UK LTD will also be joining the Printing & Publishing sector. The manufacture bio degradable paper cups. They plan to use the mark on their product packing boxes.
Joining the Chemicals sector is Algon Ltd. They make algon organic path patio and decking cleaner. They intend to use the Made in Britain mark on their advertising and product labels.
Wild Fawn Jewellery Ltd make silver and gold jewellery and they’ll be joining us in the Clothing & Apparel sector. The mark will be placed on their website.
To end this week’s round up, we welcome OPTIMA 3D Ltd to the Engineering sector. They manufacture 3D weaving machines for manufacturing composite materials. They intend to use the Made in Britain mark on their machinery, marketing materials and exhibition graphics.
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