Tuesday, January 27, 2009

Beautelle Expands British Manufacturing Operation...

British Beautelle Bucks the Trend with expansion…
Beautelle has announced their re-location to larger new premises this January.
The move accommodates an expansion to their manufacturing operation and the opening of a brand new factory showroom this spring.
Spring 2009 will also see the growth of Beautelle Ltd with the launch of a new sub-division, Meditelle. The additional division will extend their existing range of medical products and provide British made high-quality specialist equipment to the medical sector. This is a ‘win win’ for both therapy and medical customers who can be assured that all equipment is custom built to the very highest British safety standards.
The companies Sales Director, Sarah Howells comments“ we are delighted to be announcing our companies planned growth for 2009 and to be bucking the current economic trend. We are fortunate that we can play to our strength’s as a British manufacturer, we are indeed in a unique position that allows us to adapt and change quickly to produce top quality British products and give greater choice to all market segments across health, beauty and medical sectors. Recent national publicity championing British manufactured products to stimulate home-grown businesses is an initiative that has also boosted our company”.
Beautelle’s new showroom facility will also offer a unique experience, situated within the new manufacturing premises it will be accessed through the factory so customers can walk through the plant to get to the showroom viewing area which is situated above the factory floor and designed to give a 'birds eye view' of the production processes. The showroom area will feature a comprehensive selection of products from all ranges for salon, spa and medical buyers.

Beautelle Manufacturing Centre, Moor Lane, Witton, BIRMINGHAM. B6 7HH UK
Tel: 0121 332 1850 Fax: 0121 332 1851 E: enquiry@beautelle.co.uk

Friday, January 16, 2009

British Company Beautelle backs the campaign to Buy British …

Sir Alan Sugar urges shoppers to Buy British
Sir Alan Sugar, the businessman and star of The Apprentice, have urged shoppers to 'buy British' to protect jobs during the recession.
Following a summit of business leaders at 10 Downing Street including Sir Richard Branson and Theo Paphitis, Sir Alan said: "We must buy products that are made here... supporting a British firm creates work for someone. Many foreign companies don't even pay taxes in the UK. So if anyone is thinking of buying stuff try to hunt around to support a British firm as in our little way we're creating work for someone down the line."
He also called for more support for small businesses. "When our economy is facing tough challenges, it's incumbent on us all to do what we can to stimulate homegrown businesses".
Sir Richard said: "I agree we need to make sure today's entrepreneurs have the best support to beat the current challenges and grow. These companies are the engine room of the British economy and the hothouse for new ideas and new jobs."
British Company Beautelle backs the campaign to Buy British
Sarah Howells – Beautelle’s Sales Director confirms her support “We are a small British manufacturer and welcome with open arms any campaign that highlights the importance of manufacturing in this country. We employ local skilled people and source the majority of our components locally from other small British businesses. We need to nurture our manufacturing skills and keep our manufacturing prowess, once so envied by the rest of the world. Its not all doom and gloom, we (Beautelle) have battled against cheaper foreign imports over the past five years or so, but are slowly 'turning the tide', so much so that we are currently moving to larger newer premises in Birmingham and are launching a new Medical Equipment sub division (Meditelle) this Spring. We are also starting to see an increase in other countries wanting to buy our British made equipment too. Its important to both the local economy and the Great British economy that small firms like us survive. Not only that, we know we provide the best quality money can buy so surely its a win win for everyone!”

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