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Yorkshire jukebox manufacturer wins exporter of the year award

Europe’s only manufacturer of classic jukeboxes, Sound Leisure, has won a prestigious regional award as Yorkshire Exporter of the Year. The Leeds-based company scooped the Yorkshire Post Excellence in Business Award at an awards ceremony held at Headingley’s Emerald Stadium. Sound Leisure, a family-run firm has been manufacturing jukeboxes as well as

CO2Sustain gets the right chemistry with latest appointment

An innovative Leeds-based manufacturing business has marked the last quarter of 2019 with a key strategic appointment. Sue Wood has joined CO2Sustain, developers of a patented solution that helps makers of carbonated drinks keep the fizz in their products for longer. Sue joins as business development specialist and has over 25 years’

York Handmade plays pivotal role in London residential development

York Handmade Brick Company has provided thousands of bricks and arches for a stunning new London residential development. This lucrative commission was worth nearly £250,000 for the Alne-based firm, one of the leading independent brick-makers in the country. York Handmade’s specially-manufactured bricks are a pivotal feature of the £92 million One Molyneux

Damart launches six-figure digital advertising campaign

Damart, the online fashion retailer for the over-55’s, has launched a six-figure digital advertising customer recruitment campaign, There’s Much More to Damart, this month with a series of short videos aimed at re-asserting the brand’s expertise in the innovative, ready-to-wear market. Best known for the iconic thermals it invented 65 years

Pyroban Group acquires Baldwin and Francis

The Pyroban Group has acquired Baldwin and Francis, a Sheffield (UK) based manufacturer of explosion proof electrical equipment used in hazardous and challenging environments. “Baldwin and Francis has a long established history in the markets we already operate," said CEO of the Pyroban Group, Brian Quarendon. “Investments and improvements at the

Yorkshire gritter manufacturer Econ invests £1.3m in new Scotland venture

Econ Engineering, which manufactures more than 80 per cent of the winter maintenance and repair vehicles used on Britain’s roads, has launched a new Scottish company to service gritters and other vehicles for customers across many of Scotland’s 32 local authorities and private sector highways contractors. With an initial workforce of