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Make It British

The value and respect of a British-made product is still as prevalent today as it was in the 1970s when Britain was at the peak of their manufacturing capabilities.

With Brexit looming, many have wondered what the impact on British exports would be. However, recent statistics have found that there is a growing demand for British-made products, especially in less traditional markets that Britain can later grow into, such as China, Japan, India, and The Middle East.

When Barclays conducted their Brand Britain research, foreign respondents gave a number of reasons for their preference for British-made goods: high quality, can be trusted, reliability, internationally respected, and good value for money.

With the exploitation of poor working conditions in overseas factories, rigorous UK product testing and laws that must first be passed to prevent UK manufacturers from creating and selling copy products, it is not surprising that 43% of British people would also pay more for a product made in Britain, and that 60% agree that a product made in Britain will be of good quality.

Reaffirming these trends, Redhill have seen a whopping 15% increase in UK exports from 2016 to 2017 and an overall export growth of 14%. This stable growth has given Redhill confidence in their post-Brexit future.

Based in Redditch, West Midlands, all products are manufactured and shipped from the factory by a skilled workforce. Redhill pride themselves on exporting the highest quality equipment to destinations across the world, bringing the benefits of British manufacturing to an ever-widening international client base.

For further product information or export queries, please call 01527 529 002 or email

Barclays Brand Britain: Export Opportunities for UK Businesses
Make it British: What Do Shoppers Think About British Made Products?
The Guardian