TuffX Becomes a Member of Made in Britain

by | May 22, 2024 | Trade News

TuffX has become an official member of Made in Britain, joining hundreds of other British manufacturers in being eligible to display the distinctive and protected ‘Made in Britain’ quality mark of assurance on its goods and marketing, according to the company.

‘Made In Britain’ is the official trademark for British manufacturing, signifying that products are manufactured in Britain and to the highest standards. The mark is protected and can only be used by members of Made in Britain, who must be transparent in their manufacturing claims in order to be eligible to join.

“The ‘Made in Britain’ mark is instantly recognisable and offers our customers at-a glance assurance that TuffX products offer the best of British,” says TuffX’s commercial director Paul Higgins.

“It’s a symbol of our craftsmanship, high standards and reliability, and it will help our customers make confident and informed decisions about what they are buying.

“For us as a business, being a Made in Britain member means we can showcase our products in the member product directory, the go-to place for consumers and trade buyers looking to buy and support British made goods. Made In Britain also supports its members with information and guidance on issues such as trading overseas and sustainability, for example, as well as working with government to give us, as members, a greater collective voice.”

More than a decade on, the ‘Made in Britain’ trademark is now used by over 2,000 British businesses of all sizes across a broad range of industries, reflecting the diversity of British manufacturing. The trademark verifies that 100% of the labour that made the finished product carrying the mark is in Great Britain or Northern Ireland, and promotes British manufacturing.

www.tuffxglass.co.uk

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