The endeavours of British industry defined an era, but soon there will be few of us left who remember the glorious industrial age that put the Great in Britain. But how should we honour their achievements and still evolve?
Asset International Ltd. (Asset), the leading manufacturer of Weholite HDPE plastic sustainable drainage and water management products, has supplied a network of surface water drainage pipework to facilitate the extension of the Airbus factory at Broughton, Flintshire.
Airbus currently employs around 6,000 people at its Broughton factory, where the wings for the entire family of Airbus commercial aircraft are made and with a growing order book, production is set to increase.
The award seeks to recognise environmentally friendly British businesses. The Go Green Award is designed for the company that demonstrates environmental best practice, ethical best practice or sustainable development. The judges are particularly interested in the application of these practices and the impact they have had on the company.
South Wales-based water management solutions provider, Asset International Ltd (Asset), has appointed Vikki Smith as financial director, as it highlights its plans to consolidate and build on record sales figures.
The appointment follows a successful year for the company, which manufactures the Weholite range of HDPE structured wall pipe and has recorded bumper profits with sales rising month on month.
Vikki joins Asset in a newly created role to implement newer ERP financial systems and controls in order to successfully manage the increased levels of business, both nationally and internationally, that Asset has generated in recent years.
Asset International Ltd (Asset), has announced record sales of its Weholite products, breaking their monthly sales record for the third consecutive month, despite official figures that manufacturing output in the UK is in decline.
Asset, which is part of the UK-based infrastructure, building and construction products group, Hill & Smith Holdings, achieved £1.65 million in sales during July, the highest ever for the company despite the UK’s manufacturing sector shrinking at its fastest rate for more than three years in July, according to official figures.