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Yorkshire bedmaker develops new collection available for next day delivery

Fifth-generation bedmaker Harrison Spinks has developed a new collection of premium mattresses exclusively for independent retailers, available for next day delivery. The Velocity Collection is Harrison Spinks’ first ever next-day, off-the-shelf mattress, designed to support independents with a range of products that are easily accessible for consumers in the current climate.

Yorkshire glass company develops COVID-19 office desk solution

Yorkshire manufacturer Glassolutions has launched a free-standing COVID-19 desk-top glass sneeze guard, ideal for social distancing in offices. The Elland-based glass company usually distributes glass for the building industry, including windows, balustrades, partitions, shower screens, splashbacks and mirrors. It has developed the Easy Sneeze Guard as a solution to screen adjacent

Luxury bedmaker resumes manufacturing

Fifth-generation bedmaker Harrison Spinks has resumed manufacturing from its Yorkshire-based facility this week, following recent Government guidelines. The bedmaker is re-starting its operation on a safe and reduced scale and is focusing on existing orders and orders for key customers, including independents and high street retailers. Its components production and a

Horsforth-based soap manufacturer boosts output

Manufacturer of soap bases and natural ingredients, Stephenson, is stepping up production levels at its Horsforth-based manufacturing plant as it continues to deliver to international personal care, cosmetics brands, manufacturers and artisan soap makers. The family-owned company has worked tirelessly since the start of the pandemic to ensure the smooth continuation

NHS visor part production for Barnsley manufacturer

A Barnsley manufacturer has invested a five figure sum in two new 3-D printers to produce parts for visors for the NHS during the Coronavirus pandemic. Rollem, which has an international reputation as leading print finishing equipment suppliers, recently underwent a restructuring process which included the £1.25m sale and leaseback of

Chemical company donates essential supplies to hospital

A leading chemical manufacturer has lent its support to Airedale General Hospital with the donation of essential supplies to aid the fight against the coronavirus epidemic. Cross Hills-based Airedale Chemical has donated hand sanitiser, PPE and other supplies to its local NHS Trust whilst maintaining operations as an essential business and