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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

Hat-trick of appointments and a familiar face at UNTHA UK

Three new recruits have joined the ever-growing UNTHA UK team, as the industrial shredding specialist eyes further expansion in 2020. Projects coordinator Tony Gillham brings 30 years’ engineering and management experience, to ensure the carefully-planned delivery and commissioning of new and refurbished shredders, throughout the UK. Drawing on expertise from roles in

Bathroom boss and son ready to walk through night for suicide charity

A Huddersfield businessman and his son are gearing up to walk through the night to raise money for the Campaign Against Living Miserably (CALM), a charity dedicated to preventing male suicide. ​ Paul Dwyer, managing director at Huddersfield-based luxury bathroom brand Thomas Crapper, and his son Joe will join others in