Flying the flag for Britain – Fascia is shortlisted for the Financial Mail on Sunday - Made in Britain Awards
Fascia has been shortlisted for the Financial Mail on Sunday’s Made in Britain Awards, a competition to find the most inspiring small and medium sized manufacturer in the UK.
We were featured in the Mail and online, in an article that focused on how we have expanded since we established the business over 18 years ago in one unit on the Bumpers Farm Industrial Estate – to now turning over more than £3.5million and setting up a dedicated export division last year.
Fascia is currently the market leader for the production of membrane keypads and graphic overlays and we believe in keeping things British. We employ 70 local people in our factory and almost all of our products are manufactured using inks and materials manufactured in Britain. Recently, there has also been a rise in the number of businesses who source their products abroad coming back to Britain to order with us.
The winner of the competition will be chosen by the readers of the Mail in the next few months and we will update you on any further developments.
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