Rhino Doors, the UK’s leading manufacturer of engineered, bespoke and CPNI-rated doors, has this week received the Made in Britain collective mark. The Made in Britain collective mark unites the British manufacturing sector and helps buyers and specifiers identify products that are made in Britain.
Since the mid-1990s Rhino Doors has been a leading manufacturer of bespoke engineered doors to the Defence, Energy, Transport and Critical National Infrastructure sectors. In addition to supplying to the domestic engineered door market, Rhino Doors has increasingly produced portal and entry solutions for export; supplying doors for major capital infrastructure projects in Australia, Qatar and beyond.
Commenting on the award of the Made in Britain collective mark, Rhino Doors’ Managing Director, Stuart Lawrence, said:
“For over 27 years Rhino Doors has been manufacturing bespoke, engineered doors in Wales’ industrial heartland, creating doors which can be found installed at defence installations, power stations, rail infrastructure and oil platforms all over the world.”
“In recent years we have upped our export activity and have also opened up a new industry leading research and development office in Burscough, Lancashire. We’re very pleased to have obtained the Made in Britain collective mark as it demonstrates our commitment to manufacturing high-quality, innovative products, and supporting employment in Britain. The mark will help us to better market and promote our range of portal and entry solutions both domestically and internationally.”
John Pearce, CEO of Made in Britain, said:
“I am delighted that Rhino Doors has achieved accreditation from Made in Britain. Its presence will greatly enhance the construction sector of our membership. We expect to accelerate the company’s already impressive growth as it adds its profile and products to our directory and Rhino’s use of the mark enhances its brand.”
“Rhino recognises that to attain accreditation is no mean feat and that this achievement gives it an advantage over its competitors. Well done and welcome, Rhino Doors.”
Find out more about Rhino’s services and products here.
More information about Made in Britain and the collective mark it regulates, can be found here.
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