Shelved celebrates being granted Made in Britain membership

Shelved celebrates being granted Made in Britain membership

Shelved has been accredited as a member of Made in Britain. Shelved’s adoption of the official, protected mark (above) will help buyers recognise its products as good quality, great value and British-made.

The mark also lets customers know that Shelved is a trusted company that values transparency, sustainability and ethical business practices. Consumers are increasingly recognising the Made in Britain mark as a mark of confidence.

"We are thrilled to be recognised as a Made in Britain member. British manufacturing is a subject very close to our hearts, having been manufacturing furniture in North Yorkshire for over 30 years. With the help of the Made in Britain mark and they support the organisation provide we hope to build further on our successes so far." 

Jonathan Clark, Shelved

 

“We’re delighted that Shelved has joined the community of more than 1200 British manufacturers. The more the mark is used and seen, the more it is recognised as a mark of quality. In addition to getting access to the official protected mark, Shelved will also start to enjoy the many other benefits membership to Made in Britain brings, including support in sales, marketing, PR/comms and export. We look forward to watching Shelved grow with our help and support."

John Pearce, chief executive of Made in Britain

 

 

About Made in Britain

The Made in Britain organisation helps Britain’s manufacturers to grow. It provides support to its members in sales, marketing, PR and export.

Members of Made in Britain can be found in a searchable directory at madeinbritain.org, which gives detailed information about their manufacturing businesses, including company news and links to their websites and social media activity. Buyers and procurement professionals use the Made in Britain directory to find suppliers.

For more information about Made in Britain visit: madeinbritain.org


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