The good and the great of the industry enjoyed a memorable and enjoyable occasion at the Glass and Glazing Federation (GGF) President’s Reception on the 26th March at Blackfriars in London.
The main items from Chancellor Philip Hammond’s recent Spring Statement have been discussed by Kevin Buckley, GGF Group Chief Executive, and Richard Hearn, Head of Membership and Training.
Having represented the industry at a recent Government meeting on a potential no deal Brexit, Kevin Buckley, GGF Group Chief Executive, has issued a reflective statement.
The Glass and Glazing Federation (GGF) has announced this year’s President’s Reception will take place on Tuesday 26 March, at St Bride Foundation in Blackfriars, London.
The GGF have responded to a consultation by the Migration Advisory Committee (MAC) on behalf of the Glass and Glazing sector.
The GGF Group has announced the formation of two new departments in the areas of marketing and external affairs.
The GGF responded to the Migration Advisory Committee consultation, on behalf of the Glass and Glazing sector.
With Safeglaze going into administration, Kevin Buckley, Group Chief Executive of the GGF, has issued a statement to clarify that Safeglaze was not in any way connected to the GGF.
The Window Company (Contracts) Ltd has become the first ever GGF Member to achieve a Gold rating in the GGF GLASS Charter Merit Scheme.
The GGF has announce a newly joined Member of the Federation, Slimline Glazing Systems Ltd, has attained Bronze Level 2 in the GLASS Charter Merit Scheme.