As some readers may remember, renowned Beeston-based bedmaker, Harrison Spinks, opened its doors to Gregg Wallace and Cherry Healy for an episode of Inside the Factory in August 2019. On Sunday (6 December 2020), BBC TWO will be re-running the programme to show consumers just how their mattresses are made.
Harrison Spinks has made a seismic pledge to become fully net carbon zero by the end of 2021, offsetting its entire carbon footprint, as the manufacturing company announces the launch of a new function, Harrison Spinks Renewables. The fifth-generation bed and mattress manufacturer, which employs over 500 people at its
Beeston-based bed and mattress manufacturer, Harrison Spinks, is bolstering its sustainability credentials by developing plans for a dedicated recycling plant and appointing a Head of Sustainability to drive green initiatives across the business. The company’s recycling plant will be located in Scunthorpe and will facilitate the disassembly and recycling of
Beeston-based Spinks, a global leader in sustainable spring and comfort technology, has promoted Commercial Director Darren Marcangelo to Managing Director with a place on the company’s main board. Spinks, which is the components division of 180-year-old family bedmaker Harrison Spinks, is a world leader in steel spring manufacturing, producing some
Fifth-generation bedmaker Harrison Spinks has announced two internal promotions that will see Managing Director Simon Spinks promoted to Group Chairman, replacing his father Peter Spinks who steps into a Non-Executive Director role. The 180-year-old family-run business, based off Dewsbury Road in Beeston, has promoted its Marketing Director Nick Booth to
Fifth-generation bedmaker Harrison Spinks has developed a new collection of premium mattresses exclusively for independent retailers, available for next day delivery. The Velocity Collection is Harrison Spinks’ first ever next-day, off-the-shelf mattress, designed to support independents with a range of products that are easily accessible for consumers in the current
Fifth-generation bedmaker Harrison Spinks has resumed manufacturing from its Beeston facility this week (1 June 2020), following recent Government guidelines. The bedmaker is re-starting its operation on a safe and reduced scale and is focusing on existing orders and orders for key customers, including independents and high street retailers. Its
Luxury bedmaker Harrison Spinks has committed to planting 200 trees at Sharp Lane Primary School in Middleton. One of Great Britain’s most innovative bed manufacturers, Harrison Spinks, has enhanced its sustainability credentials further by planting 90 native British broad leaf trees at Sharp Lane Primary School yesterday (19 March 2020).
A 179-year-old Yorkshire bed maker has enhanced its sustainability credentials by becoming fully Carbon Neutral, following an independent audit of its business. Following the assessment – done by sustainability experts at Carbon Footprint Ltd – Beeston-based Harrison Spinks, one of Great Britain’s most innovative bed manufacturers, is eligible to be
Fifth-generation family bedmaker, Harrison Spinks, has welcomed the Queen’s representative in West Yorkshire to its Beeston Headquarters to receive the Queen’s Awards for Enterprise: Sustainable Development. Lord Lieutenant of West Yorkshire, Mr Ed Anderson, visited the 179-year old bed manufacturer on Thursday (5 September 2019). Presenting the award to chairman,