A brace of awards could be coming the way of leading bathroom manufacturer, Geberit, as the company has been shortlisted in two categories at the annual Builder Merchants Journal (BMJ) Industry Awards.
Thanks to innovation in drainage and piping systems, with products such as Mapress, Mepla and SuperTube, Geberit has received nominations in the ‘Best Heating’ and ‘Plumbing Manufacturer’ category.
Meanwhile Twyford Bathrooms, part of the Geberit group since 2015, has been recognised for the Best Bathroom Manufacturer award.
Leaders in bathroom innovation for more than 160 years, Twyford’s innovative range of sanitaryware offers reliable and stylish ceramics, across a variety of projects and budgets.
First established in 2017, the annual awards are organised by Builders Merchants Journal’s publisher, Datateam Business Media, and are now recognised as a key event to celebrate excellence within the builders’ merchants sector.
Purdie Proudman, marketing manager for merchant and contractor at Geberit, commented: “Being shortlisted for not just one, but two awards, is a great indication that we’re delivering on our pledge to improve people’s lives with innovative sanitary products.
“The fact that this endorsement is coming from experts who work in the industry really highlights the fantastic work we do in product innovation.”
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