Quality products manufacturer Marlborough reports how they still manage to pull through even though that most believe that the industry is gradually dying.
Birmingham, UK – It had been reported in August by CBI.org.uk that the prospects for manufacturers’ output growth would soften for a period for 3 months, and output expected to be flat at 0%. However, British factory activity jumped unexpectedly in December with expectations that the industry would experience a better economy in 2013. Malborough was one of the organizations that was unaffected, and thrived well into the new year.
Malborough prides itself on manufacturing quality products exclusively in the UK, which is probably the main reason why they’ve managed to do well even in bad economic times. Another large attribution to their success is the fact that every single product is handcrafted in England to ensure that their industry leading standards are maintained.
“Our location is key to our brand identity, people want quality products made in Britain and that isn’t limited to the home market – we export a lot of our goods to discerning buyers from many countries” explains Richard Taylor, Director of Marlborough.
With a team of dedicated skilled craftspeople who strive their utmost best to provide the highest quality of products. At Marlborough, no two pieces of leather are the same, and it is their exemplary skill that creates that unique marriage between material and product that produces personal items of exceptional luxury.
Their products follow a tradition of quality, British manufacturing techniques most prominently seen through their most recent creations of timeless weekend bags, tote bags and cases for electronic devices. Marlborough is justifiably proud of its ability to deliver truly exceptional products with truly timeless quality and appeal.
“At Marlborough we are proud of the fact that all our products are handmade in England. Our creations are sought after by some of England’s most exclusive stores and celebrated families”, adds Richard.
Marlborough produces all kinds of leather products from traditional gun slips, hip flasks etc. right through to contemporary yet traditionally made iPad cases and slips. The company was formed in 1972 and was one of the largest manufacturer of stainless steel hip flasks in the UK.
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Address: 114a High Street
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