Triton supports Made In Britain

Triton Showers is showing its support for the best in UK based industry by joining the Made In Britain Campaign.

Triton supports Made In Britain

The move follows a survey carried out by Triton, which found that eight out of 10 UK homeowners prefer to buy British made home appliances to those manufactured overseas (based on 1,000 respondents).

As part of its support for the campaign, Triton will showcase the Union flag inspired Made In Britain marque on a range of its products, literature and online portals.

Lorna Fellowes, managing director at Triton, said: “Much of the UK’s history and heritage is based around its excellence in engineering and manufacturing. Our support for the Made In Britain Campaign gives us chance to play our own part in stressing the value of great British brands.

“With next year marking almost 40 years since Triton was founded in the heart of Britain, we decided that there was no better time to give our support to a campaign which is proving to be an extremely effective ambassador for all that is great about UK manufacturing. The UK’s engineering capabilities are as strong as ever and with British consumers keen to invest in locally made products, it is important for us to emphasise our heritage.”

The Made In Britain Campaign is a member funded organisation which aims to promote and support manufacturing in the UK. The non-profit organisation is run by a committee of Directors from UK based manufacturers as well as leaders of groups which support British trade and industry.

James Bradshaw, director of the Made In Britain Campaign added: “We’re delighted to welcome Triton to the Made In Britain Campaign and it’s fantastic to have another household brand on board.

“Triton’s showers and products have been at the heart of British homes for almost 40 years, so we are pleased that we can support the company to continue to make its products here in the UK and also to help consumers identify Triton’s products as British-made.”

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