Group Chief Executive of the Glass and Glazing Federation (GGF), Phil Pluck, has announced his departure effective from yesterday (12th April).
Phil has overseen a substantial change programme at the GGF, bringing together the commercial companies of GGF and its membership side.
Having brought in a new senior management team as part of a complete re-structure programme, Phil issued the following statement:
“GGF Group is now in the best shape it has been for years and is ideally positioned to grow its influence and value to its members and customers.
“A new management team is in place and has the skills and commitment to realise the potential of the GGF Group for the benefit of its customers, members and the industry.
“I am immensely sad to be leaving such a great organisation and its people but for personal reasons this is the right time to be departing. The GGF Group is a fantastic organisation and I wish it the very best for the future.”
John Agnew, GGF President commented: “Under the leadership of Phil Pluck the entire GGF Group has undergone a period of transformational change with a clear strategic plan now in place.
“The GGF Board are indebted to Phil for the key role that he has played in driving forward the changes needed for the business.
“His clear strategic vision coupled with the focus on behavioural and cultural management practices have been key skill sets that the GGF Group has benefited from.”
Glass and Glazing Federation
40 Rushworth Street
t: 0207 939 9101
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