The Glass and Glazing Federation (GGF) has announced that its newest member is Slimline Glazing & Aluminium Systems.
Slimline Glazing offers seamless structural solutions from design through to installation as a specialist in the glass market with its unique and contemporary design innovations.
From glass bridges and staircases to free-standing external glass structures, Slimline offers a multitude of solutions and brings concepts in structural glazing, aluminium design and manufacturing, into reality.
Slimline benefits from an in-house architect combined with preferred building contractors, enabling the company to handle a wider variety of projects and achieve a higher level of customer satisfaction.
On joining the Federation, Abigail Chapman, Company Secretary of Slimline commented, “We are pleased to join the GGF and we aim to take full advantage of key benefits such as the technical support, sharing and gaining market knowledge and the multiple networking opportunities provided by the GGF.”
Find out more about Slimline here.
Glass and Glazing Federation
40 Rushworth Street
t: 0207 939 9101
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