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Plunkett Associates is delighted to be granted Made in Britain membership!
Our adoption of the official, protected mark will help buyers recognise that our manufacturing processes provide good quality, great value and British-made parts.
The mark lets customers know that Plunkett Associates 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.
Tim Plunkett, company director, says, “The last year has certainly been a challenging one, however if we are to look for silver linings, the pandemic has certainly served to highlight the weakness of global manufacturing chains which has resulted in a long overdue investment within British Manufacturing, of which we are delighted to be involved.
“We are proud of the added value we give to clients (particularly over the last year) in providing a knowledgeable and experienced ‘one-stop shop’ UK manufacturing service. Removing the worry involved in sourcing multiple suppliers for differing elements of projects, saves our clients time, headaches and money.
“In conjunction with our sister company, Adept Precision, the ability to provide UK precision machining plus prototype and production tooling along with an integrated moulding capability, has provided our clients with a very much valued option of a local, fast track production resource.
“We also understand the importance of time within Product Development and so our support within manufacturing goes beyond purely what we do in house. Our consultancy services ensure our clients receive expert advice and support which helps them get the right part first time, using the most cost-effective production method.
“Being accepted as a member of the Made in Britain organisation is confirmation for us that the time and investment we as a company have put into our manufacturing processes have been recognised. We are delighted to be able to showcase the talent we have within the UK and help progress British Manufacturing.”