The Glass and Glazing Federation (GGF) has enjoyed a fine start to 2018, with an impressive 30 companies joining the Federation since the beginning of the year.
This continued growth in GGF Membership comes after a restructure last year, along with the subsequent appointments of Shaun McAllister as GGF Managing Director in January 2017 and Richard Hearn as Head of Membership in November 2017.
Shaun McAllister (pictured) described the numbers of companies joining the GGF as ‘pleasing’ and added many more are in the pipeline enquiring about joining.
“As the main trade body for the glass and glazing industry the GGF is constantly talking to more businesses and reinforcing the benefits of belonging and hence more are now joining the GGF,” he said.
Richard Hearn added: “We have made a great start to the year although our key membership retention and recruitment plans have still to come to fruition. I am delighted that so many good companies have joined the GGF.””
New GGF Members in 2018 so far are as follows…
Glass and Glazing Federation
40 Rushworth Street
t: 0207 939 9101
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