The Glass and Glazing Federation (GGF) has announced that following its recent news of a management restructure, work is now well underway to ensure the GGF maintains and builds on its position as the leading trade body in the industry.
The restructure is designed to bring the internal GGF departments closer together with a greater focus on technical assets.
Recruitment for more technical personnel, including a new Director of Technical Affairs, has already started to boost this valuable resource for Members.
Steve Rice, GGF Managing Director, responsible for the full running of the Federation’s operations, commented on the restructure: “With many challenges ahead for the industry, it is imperative that the GGF is fully prepared for the forthcoming major regulatory and legislative changes. The restructure and recruitment of more technical staff will ensure that we continue to deliver high-level services for the benefit of GGF Members.”
In case you missed the news, you can read more about GGF’s management restructure here.
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