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In the first edition of this series, Made in the Midlands will conduct a weekly round-up of all of our member news. Our members regularly post content regarding: history, charity, investments and product launches.
Shropshire-based, Filtermist International Limited impressed over 65 members by showcasing their state of the art facility at the latest Made in the Midlands breakfast event. Filtermist Managing Director, James Stansfield said: “I was amazed by the amount of attendees....Read Story
After a highly successful opening edition of the series, Made in the Midlands will continue to provide weekly round-ups of our most detailed member news stories.
We are delighted to reveal that our East Midlands Exhibition will welcome a range of new and historic manufacturing companies, including Norton Motorcycles, who will be bringing their buyers to the exhibition.
Norton’s CEO, Stuart Garner explained: “Growing and developing the British supply chain is fund...Read Story
This week, Made in the Midlands released our MIM TV interview by our Inside Sales Executive, Richard Hobbs with RSD Pressings operations director, Daniel Burton.
Furthermore, this week signalled the deadline for our 2016 Made in the Midlands Awards applications. All of the applications will be analysed and the winners will be selected by our patrons and industry specialists within the next two weeks.
Issue 8 of the Made in the...Read Story
The Midlands truly represents the heart of Great British manufacturing, which is why we want to celebrate the elite 1% of companies that are members of Made in the Midlands.
There is an estimated 32,000 manufacturing companies based here in the Midlands and we currently have just over 360 members. A vast majority of our members will be exhibiting at the upcoming Made in the Midlands exhibition which will be hosted at the world-class Rico...Read Story
This week, Made in the Midlands welcomed adi Group’s James Sopwith into the MIMTV studio. Sopwith discussed a range of great topics, including: Being named as the headline sponsor of the Made in the Midlands exhibition, their ambitious 2020 plans and launching their new dedicated food and beverage business.
Furthermore, we invited CEO of Branduaer, Rowan Crozier onto MIMTV, where he discussed a range of important topics, such as: Acquiring £800,000 worth of state-of-the-...Read Story