Businesses offering help with coronavirus effort

BELOW is a list of businesses that have contacted Made in Britain offering to help in the bid to combat or deal with the coronavirus pandemic. Some are donating resources free-of-charge, others are switching production to protect jobs and will require payment. We have recommended to all of them that they submit their details to the government's central resource at: https://www.gov.uk/coronavirus-support-from-business

Company name

Products, skills or services offered

Contact details

Addmaster UK LTD

Biomaster antimicrobial technology. Wanting to help provide extra protection for NHS products for staff and patients.

Email: info@addmaster.co.uk; phone: 01785 225656

PolyGlobal

Production of injection moulded plastic components, specifically polyurethane (TPUs), nylon, acetal and polypropylene.

Email: sales@polyglobal.co.uk

Material Worth Interiors

Small sewing workshop in West Yorkshire with three regular sewers including myself. Would like to be sewing facemasks or other PPE but need suitable fabric.

Gillian Lightfoot: materialworthgill@gmail.com

Burton Aviation Engineering Ltd

Sub-contractor willing and able to help with welding and assembling of hospital equipment during this difficult time.

Contact via: editor@madeinbritain.org

The Paper Drinking Straw Company

A disposable visor manufactured from PET with anti-fog additive to stop misting.

Kiran Mawji: phone 07976 686624; email: kiran@geniusinteriors.co.uk

Vital Concept

Would like to offer our voluntary services to the national efforts in whichever way we can, with the plant we have. We have a CNC and Zund digital cutter and printers. info@vitalconcept.co.uk

Dragon Aerospace

We are manufacturing free face shields for the NHS Contact us for more info. dragonaerospace.co.uk/home

U Group

Bins for use in medical facilities. Production ramped-up to meet demand. lee@ugroupltd.com

Not all of these businesses are members of Made in Britain. If your business would like to offer products or services to the effort, please email editor@madeinbritain.org, listing your company name, what you'd like to offer and how you would prefer to be contacted.

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