For this week’s #madeinsandwell Monday story everyone can play a part: help make Sandwell the best it can be
Help Sandwell Council to understand and set its priorities by taking part in a short survey. It will only take about five minutes to complete but will help to make Sandwell the best place it can be with an economy that benefits everyone.
Lowe & Fletcher, a lock-making manufacturer headquartered in Wednesbury, has achieved turnover of over £80m in the year to December 2018.
FMC Manufacturing is planning a digital transformation, with help from Sandwell Council and Skills Support for the Workforce.
This week #madeinsandwell Monday celebrates Midshire Telecom, a business telecommunications provider based in West Bromwich, supplying telephone systems, broadband, wifi and business mobiles to SMEs and schools across the UK.
West Bromwich-based IPU Group has sold its engine control division to ComAp, a Czech company that makes controls for engines and power generators.
Sandwell Council is reaching out to residents and businesses, and asking for help to make Sandwell the best it can be. Complete this short survey and help to shape the borough’s new Inclusive Economy Deal.
Rowley Regis councillor Susan Eaves said a new complex of flats is just what Sandwell needs, as building work begins.
Midlands-based company Fast Fit Nationwide has been acquired in a management buy-out deal. Founded in 1990 in the Bromsgrove area, Fast Fit was originally a vehicle glazing replacement company but is now a national supplier of commercial vehicle ply-lining, conversions and accessories.
Back in June we reported on plans by developer Opus Land to acquire land in Oldbury to build a 120,000 sq ft industrial unit. The latest update on the scheme is that new funding has been acquired to support the regeneration of the former scrapyard site.
Midland Power Press Services (MPPS), headquartered on Princes End in Tipton, is reaping the rewards of a £300,000 investment.