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TWM Joins the Made in Britain Organisation

TWM Joins the Made in Britain Organisation

TWM Traffic Control Systems, a leading manufacturer of traffic control systems and illuminated traffic signs, has announced itself as a new member of the Made in Britain organisation.

TWM was established in 2002 and is part of the newly-formed Pilot Group that has an experience of over 25 years in the electronic and electrical market. Since its inception it has brought on the market pioneering product developments that have helped support safer highway whilst ensuring the TWM brand stays at the top of its speciality.

“We are honoured to be part of the exclusive Made in Britain community. At TWM, we are proud of our manufacturing capabilities, in particular our bespoke services. We are certain that both existing and future buyers and specifiers will feel the same pride when sourcing our British-made products,” said Kevin Marshall, Company Director at TWM, about the membership.
Renowned for its precision manufacturing expertise, TWM is a key provider of signals, signs, and traffic control systems to contractors, local authorities, parish councils, and traffic management companies. Its product ranges include bespoke signage, data collection systems, display signs, hazard warnings, pedestrian crossing solutions, school warning zones, and vehicle activated signs.

Made in Britain is an organisation and a community for the entire manufacturing sector in the UK. By applying the Made in Britain marque to their products, packaging, or website, businesses make it clear to buyers and consumers that their products are made in the UK. This exclusive network helps develop and encourage the supply chain of British-made goods both at home and overseas.

Other advantages of joining Made in Britain include a dedicated company page on its official website, assisted access to the new Lloyds Bank and Bank of Scotland International Trade Portal, the ability to join the government’s ‘GREAT Britain’ campaign that promoted products around the world, and many other perks.