What More UK adds another destination to its export list

Housewares manufacturer What More UK is now supplying plasticware, cookware and bakeware to 73 countries around the world, with Senegal in Africa, becoming its most recent export country.

The Accrington-based business is one of the founding members of the Made in Britain campaign that aims to unite the manufacturing sector, whilst helping consumers and buyers – through branding and marketing – to identify which products are made in Britain.

What More UK director Tony Grimshaw OBE said: “The Made in Britain logo means quality and is internationally recognised. Our international sales team put in a lot of hard work and dedication to make these things happen.

“One of their focuses at the moment is extending our customer base in the countries that we already ship our products to – but they just can’t help finding new countries, too! We’re incredibly proud of all the team for flying the What More UK flag and securing deliveries of our ranges worldwide.”

He added: “We are thankful for the continued forming of relationships with so many countries, ranging from Vietnam and Canada to Azerbaijan and Africa. Working closely with the Department for International Trade and East Lancashire Chamber of Commerce has allowed fantastic things to happen for the company. Who knows, one day we could ship to every country in the world – we’re already part way there, exporting to 37% of the world’s countries.”

 For more information about What More UK visit: https://www.whatmoreuk.com/about/


What More UK maintenance manager Ken Archer and receptionist Deborah Feeney holding the Senegal flag

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