REHAU‘s Marketing and Technical Director, Gareth Jones, has been chosen to chair the Glass and Glazing Federation’s new Systems House Group.
The new Systems House Group has been set up to maintain and raise standards among window and door system providers. The group’s activities will include providing valuable input into the overall Glass and Glazing Federation strategy as well as looking at how to tackle restrictive planning conditions.
In addition, the group is set to assess the impact of new regulations, developing workable solutions to issues which may exclude some companies and ensuring System Companies are well represented and their voices heard in Industry Standard setting forums.
Gareth comments, “Three years ago we made a conscious decision to be more open and approachable and take an active role within the wider industry. We are ardent supporters of the GGF, providing co-operation, resources and expertise where it is needed, and are proud to be representing window and door system companies both on the coal face and Board level issues.”
Gareth will join a group of REHAU employees already playing a role in the GGF, including Irene Smith, Marketing Communications Manager and Mark Gajda, Materials, Testing and Quality Manager.
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