Globus Group reaffirms commitment to local supply chains for Made in UK Day on 9th March

Leading international PPE manufacturer Globus Group has partnered with Heriot-Watt University to design and develop a bespoke PPE recycling process and reach net zero carbon emissions by 2027.
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As an innovative sector leader with three decades of heritage, Globus Group continues to support its communities with unprecedented growth across the country. By committing to local supply chains, Globus Group joins many celebrating UK manufacturers on Made in UK Day.

The Made in UK Day campaign was created by Make it British last year in a bid to champion all the wonderful products that are made in the UK.

“We are creating high-quality local jobs and apprenticeships, reducing waste and energy use, protecting natural resources, supporting our communities and strengthening supply chains.”


75% of Globus Group’s protective solutions for healthcare and industry are now manufactured in the UK. With five sites across England and Scotland, and a large-scale recruitment drive of more than 1,000 employees in just 18 months, Globus Group reaffirms its commitment to support local supply chains.

Globus Group commits to local supply chains

And aligned with all Made in UK ambitions, the Group has committed to reaching net zero carbon emissions by 2027. As part of its commitment, Globus Group will ensure all its European-made products launched after 2024 are net zero.

“One billion medical masks and 300 million FFP respirators per year for healthcare trusts in the UK.”

A spokesperson from Globus Group said: “The appetite for supporting UK companies and local supply chains is important now more than ever.”

“Our core values include a deep commitment to the long-term welfare of future generations. That means we will ensure our business and operational processes are as economically, environmentally and socially sustainable as possible. Through this, we are creating high-quality local jobs and apprenticeships, reducing waste and energy use, protecting natural resources, supporting our communities and strengthening local supply chains.”

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