Harvard Technology is proud to celebrate British values
Harvard Technology, a world leader in the design, development and manufacture of wireless control solutions for lighting, is celebrating its British heritage by backing a scheme which champions UK industry.
The company is a proud member of the growing Made in Britain organisation, which supports and promotes British manufacturers including Stoves, Trevor Sorbie and Vauxhall.
Yorkshire-based Harvard Technology has been at the forefront of technological developments in the lighting industry for almost 25 years. Although its products – which include the award winning EyeNut wireless control system and the market-leading LeafNut street lighting solution – are in use around the globe, they are designed and manufactured here in the UK.
James Osborne, marketing manager of Harvard Technology, said the Made in Britain marque underlines Harvard’s commitment to the UK to buyers and consumers. “We’re really proud of the fact that we are based in the UK and that all our design and manufacturing takes place here. Our customers take delight in the fact that they are buying a British made product” he said.
“Being part of a community such as Made in Britain, which supports industry and promotes our values of quality, innovation and excellence, demonstrates our on-going commitment to British manufacturing.
“Our solutions are designed, developed and made in the UK and are applied throughout the world. We have always embraced the values of British manufacturing and, unlike many of our competitors, are able to use the Made in Britain marque as an assurance of quality.”
The Made in Britain standard is an accreditation given to businesses that sell goods manufactured in the UK, and enables buyers and consumers to identify products as being British-made.