MP Jesse Norman took a visit to Black Mountain’s brand-new Ross-on-Wye based production factory last month. 

Black Mountain, a provider in the print and embroidery industry, has recently opened a new factory at Ross-on-Wye’s Ashburton Industrial Estate. 

During MP Jesse Norman’s tour around the new factory, he witnessed the growth of the local business which has prided itself on excellence and community contribution since its establishment in Ross in 2015. 

The Black Mountain team see the move to the new facility as not just a step for the company but a leap forward for local employment and economic vitality. 

Huw Lewis MBE, CEO of Black Mountain, said: “We are thrilled to have MP Jesse Norman visit our new home. His support emphasises the significance of local businesses in fuelling regional economies” 

“This pivotal expansion has been accompanied by an increase in skilled staff members, underpinning our commitment to providing exceptional services and creating more jobs for the local community.

“With our roots deeply embedded in Ross-on-Wye, we remain devoted to enriching the area's flourishing business landscape and serving our local and national customers with an unmatched level of precision and care.

"As we showcase our state-of-the-art equipment and talented team, we want our customers to know that every stitch and print we produce is crafted with excellence in mind.”