LINIAN has recently been awarded the ‘Made in Britain’ status. This accreditation is given to businesses who sell goods that have been manufactured, or have undergone significant change, in the UK or Northern Ireland. LINIAN are the inventors and manufacturers of fire-resistant metal fixings for use in the construction industry to make cable installations faster, safer, and simpler. There is a range of clips available that provide a time-saving alternative for installing fire-resistant cables on brickwork, concrete, masonry, wood studs and wood beams compared to conventional methods. To date over 2 million LINIAN Fire Clips have been sold and it’s already been used for a range of high profile projects including the Queen Elizabeth University Hospital, Glasgow University and by companies such as Abel Alarms and Pointer. Ian Arbuckle, Managing Director had this to say about this new status: ‘LINIAN are very proud to be able to stamp the ‘Made in Britain’ marque on our products for a number of reasons. The main one being that products manufactured in Britain have a long-standing reputation for quality on a global platform and this offers a great deal of comfort to the consumer. In our industry, the fire industry, there is a definite need for products that are faster, safer, and simpler to install like our range of LINIAN fire clips. This marque shows that not only do we champion and take manufacturing in the UK seriously but that we will continue to support our customers by producing quality products for their installations’. LINIAN is a family run business that was established in 2006 by Jean and Wes Arbuckle. The company is named after their two children, Lynne and Ian, who joined the business in 2015. The LINIAN Fire Clip is manufactured in Glasgow, Scotland and its Scottish roots is something that Team LINIAN are very proud of. LINIAN also try to recruit from their local area by working with organisations such as The Princes Trust and the Glasgow Guarantee Development Fund. Find out more about Made in Britain here.