makefast

make·fast

 (māk′făst′)
n.
An object, such as a buoy, post, cleat, or bitt, to which a boat is moored.

makefast

(ˈmeɪkˌfɑːst)
n
(Nautical Terms) a strong support to which a vessel is secured

make•fast

(ˈmeɪkˌfæst, -ˌfɑst)

n.
a structure to which a ship is tied.
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Six companies - Contact Attachments, Makefast, Polyco and Quality Pipe Supports all based in Newtown, Dawson Shanahan, Welshpool and Rheidol Valley Railway, Aberystwyth - have committed to employing 11 foundation apprentices.
A PS25,000 innovation voucher from the Welsh Government has helped MakeFast, which employs 46 people from its base in Newtown, to invest in new machinery to manufacture bespoke products for the high-end boating market.
Makefast Ltd, of Newtown, attended or was represented at the UK's Southampton Boat show, A+A safety exhibition in Germany, Genoa International Boat Show in Italy, Fort Lauderdale International Boat Show in the USA and Marine Equipment Trade Show in Holland.
MakeFast recently won the Award for Innovation at the Powys Business Awards and has achieved 12% year-on-year growth since re-locating to Wales from Southampton in the late 1980s.
Dynamic Newtown marine and safety hardware manufacturer Makefast Ltd continued its run of success by collecting the Innovation Award sponsored by Welsh Government.
Manufacturing Award: GSM, Brecon; Makefast, Newtown; Alzeim, Talgarth.
The hydraulically powered bimini system, the brainchild of Newtown firm Makefast Ltd, is being introduced in conjunction with Dorset-based Flexicovers Ltd.
Makefast is a Newtown firm manufacturing harnesses and clasps for a wide range of safety and marine applications.
Makefast Ltd is a design and manufacturing business that specialises in buckles, clips and fittings for safety harnesses and themarine leisuremarket.
Makefast is a leading designer and manufacturer of hardware for safety products for the industrial and marine industry and has a purpose-built 15,000 sq ft facility in Newtown.
One company which says it has already benefited from the evaluation initiative is Newtown- based Makefast - a designer and manufacturer of hardware for safety products.
Newtown manufacturing company Makefast took the design and made 50 prototypes, one of which was presented to the Princess Royal when she paid a visit to the training company the Shared Apprenticeship Scheme in October.