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BHETA attracts more DIY members

BHETA attracts more DIY members

Another two home improvement companies have joined BHETA. Robinson Young and Milliamp are the latest companies to sign up to BHETA’s many membership benefits.

Robinson Young is a UK-dedicated largescale specialist distributor of non-food FMCG products. It provides a cost-effective sales, marketing and distribution service for FMCG manufacturers from around the world of both branded and private label products for supply to multiple retailers, convenience stores, discount retailers, online retailers, pharmacies, wholesalers and food service operators across all key market channels.

Milliamp Technologies Ltd is an independent electronics design and manufacturing specialist based in Lancashire serving both domestic and global customers. It offers a variety of technology product development services including hardware design, software development, mechatronic design and a variety of advisory and manufacturing services. Formed in 2009, its team of expert engineers have experience in a variety of market areas – from bespoke design of one-off equipment for extreme hi-reliability industrial environments such as aerospace, oil, gas and nuclear, to price sensitive mass produced consumer electronics.

BHETA’s sector director of DIY and garden, Paul Grinsell commented, “This is great news and shows how attractive BHETA benefits are to companies wanting to make the most of retail engagement, export and the latest market information.”

Companies interested in more information about BHETA can contact BHETA member services team on 0121 237 1130

Source: BHETA

October 2017

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