In a week when the British steel industry is in the spotlight for its importance to the UK economy, medical furniture manufacturer Sidhil is reminding care home operators that its highly-skilled operation directly employs over 200 people, and its supply chain helps support thousands more.
Even more topically, the West Yorkshire company points out, its furniture is made from steel supplied from UK steel mills.
“Our high technology production facilities in Halifax, West Yorkshire, employ over 200 people directly and it is estimated that we help support over 3000 manufacturing and support jobs across the UK through our UK based sourcing priorities,” the company states.
“As the only volume manufacturer of medical beds who maintain their production in the UK, we have invested heavily in our people, factory and machinery to ensure we deliver the highest quality product, delivered with exceptional customer service to ensure our customers receive products which support them in their work and help support UK industry, employment and growth,” it adds.
Under the headline “A UK manufacturer supporting UK industry”, Sidhil securely ties its flag to the mast as a British success story.
“At Sidhil we are proud to be a UK based manufacturer of high quality medical furniture and we are equally proud to support UK industry through the purchase of many materials and components from UK suppliers,” it concludes.