Audax Confirm Membership for Made in Britain for Another Year
Award-winning body worn video specialists Audax are delighted to announce the renewal of their Made in Britain membership yet again. The scheme brings together the British manufacturing community and allows the use of the exclusive trademark on products, proving an ongoing commitment to excellence.
Leading manufacturers of Body Worn Video (BWV) technology, Audax are proud to confirm their ongoing commitment to product quality, value for money and efficient business processes through their renewed membership to Made in Britain.
Made in Britain is an organisation that recognises British businesses that are committed to the highest standards of British manufacturing, whilst also celebrating British manufacturing heritage.
Audax has a longstanding history of supporting business growth in the UK and are also accredited to the Good Business Charter. The company’s headquarters are in Plymouth, Devon where the design, development, and all final assembly, testing and quality control functions are undertaken. In the past 18 months, Audax has experienced impressive growth at the site, recruiting new members of staff, and doubling their office space.
Members of Made in Britain are awarded the ability to use a protected mark on their products and literature. To earn it, they must adhere to a stringent code of conduct, and meet rigorous quality-control checks to prove their products are worthy of carrying the moniker. Products displaying the mark are proven to be made to the highest quality, represent value for money and are safe for anyone that uses or consumes them. Overall, it displays the company’s commitment to adhering to the highest organisational standards.
Adam Liardet, Managing Director & Founder of Audax® comments, “Our Made in Britain membership is further enhanced as we have recently radically altered our product range with the introduction of new docking stations for our cameras. We have ‘re-shored’ back to the UK and all sub-assembly manufacturing for these items now takes place in the UK, using tools and moulds owned by us. Parts assembly and unit build is then done by us at our site in Plymouth. A docking station makes up over 60% of our hardware solution and the overall product solution can’t operate or perform without these elements.”