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Two more housewares companies join BHETA

Fine bone china manufacturer, Arta Broch, and air purifier supplier, Vybra Solutions have joined the British Home Enhancement Trade Association (BHETA). Arta Broch manufactures for some of the largest ceramics brands in the world from its factory in Mumbai, specialises in producing fine pure whites, which can be supplied plain …

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The Rayware Group Launches New Trade Website

The Rayware Group are excited to announce the launch of our brand new and improved website: www.rayware.co.uk. The Rayware team alongside the e-commerce specialists at Williams Commerce have worked specifically on making the website easier to navigate as well as improving overall functionality for our loyal trade customers. Combining our …

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Get the Curver effect

Curver is excited to announce an innovative social media campaign and the launch of sustainable storage ranges designed to complement any room of a consumer’s home. Over recent months, the home decoration and organisation trend has grown considerably as consumers spend more time at home. The Curver Effect campaign is …

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What More UK Selected for The Forbes Solicitors Reinvention and Resilience Top 50 report

What More UK has joined an elite group of businesses, after being included in The Forbes Solicitors Reinvention and Resilience top 50. The report features British companies that have innovated and diversified during the Coronavirus pandemic. Leading housewares manufacturer, What More UK has been chosen as one of the Top …

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British Chamber of Commerce names What More UK “2020 Business Hero”

The British Chamber of Commerce has recognised the fantastic work of What More UK for their contribution to national commerce and the fight against Covid-19. Since the outbreak of Covid-19, Lancashire housewares manufacturer, What More UK has done everything it can to support its customers, its staff, and the country. …

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BHETA to ‘walk 500 miles’ for Rainy Day Trust

A British Home Enhancement Trade Association (BHETA) team is set to walk, run or cycle over 500 miles between now and Christmas to raise money for the industry charity, The Rainy Day Trust.  The specific target is 509 miles, that being the distance between BHETA’s most northerly member, housewares manufacturer, …

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New manufacturing director for What More UK

Housewares manufacturer, What More, has announced the appointment Rob Walker as the new director of manufacturing. Walker joined What More UK in 2014 as Manufacturing Manager. Six years later he’s overseen some big projects and changes in infrastructure. The company frequently brings out new products, often requiring new moulds. There’s …

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Rainy Day Trust Christmas appeal for those in need

The Rainy Day Trust will be sending out hampers or food vouchers to long-term beneficiaries, but will also be sending regular food parcels to a whole new cadre of people that have been affected by Covid-19. The virus has hit the charity sector hard, and it is expected that income …

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BHETA discusses with Metropolitan Police on responsible retailing of bladed items

The British Home Enhancement Trade Association (BHETA)’s responsible knife retailing steering group has met again with the Metropolitan Police Business Care Hub to discuss the latest legal position on the safe retailing of bladed items. The meeting which took place on 14th October discussed forthcoming Offensive Weapons Act legislation – …

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Ivyline makes a commitment to removing plastic packaging

As part of its ongoing mission to become a more environmentally responsible business, Ivyline, the UK’s leading supplier of inspired collections for the garden and home, has confirmed that it has taken significant steps to reduce plastic within its packaging for end-user products. Ivyline utilised single-use plastic to safely package …

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