Proudly British, Internationally Recognised
British quality sells. While some see the fact that we manufacture here in the UK as potential stumbling block to being competitive on price, ETI’s focus remains and always has been on quality.
At our site in Worthing, we have controls in place which cannot be replicated abroad and even go far beyond some of the defined standards set in this country.
ETI is also a proud member of the Made in Britain Organisation. This is a thriving community of British manufacturers who are united with the use of a registered collective mark – the mark is protected and can only be used by members who meet exacting and demanding criteria.
This helps us to stand strong as a proud and successful British exporter. The popularity of key products as the Thermapen has led us to three Queen’s Awards in Enterprise for International Trade since 2010. In 2018, the company also won a Queen’s Award for Enterprise for Innovation.
Partnering with BRCGS
As well as being proudly British, ETI is part of a global community of more than 33,000 businesses that form the BRCGS Partner Program. BRCGS is globally recognised across both food and non-food categories, operating the most rigorous third-party supply chain certification scheme of its type. Its benchmark for good manufacturing practice helps to provide assurance to customers of safe, legal, and high-quality products.
See Below How ETI Manufactures Award-Winning Thermometers
A Socially Responsible Business
As well as adopting sound operational practices throughout the organisation, ETI is a business that gives back into the community.
Our social commitments are formalised within our Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) Policy, a key part of this being our ETI in the Community initiative, through which we work with a wide variety of organisations, events and projects to deliver positive social and environmental change.
As a firm which employs 95% of our employees locally, we understand how important it is to support our nearby communities. We do so in a number of ways, from sponsoring fundraising events to supporting charitable organisations.
In particular, we back:
• Organisations that support and encourage youth development
• Charities that assist the elderly and disabled
• School work-experience placements
• Educational exhibitions
Specific organisations in and around Worthing which we have supported include the likes of Guild Care, Love Your Hospital (Worthing’s Bluefin Ward), Worthing Rugby Football Club and several local schools.