The UK leaving the EU has resulted in changes being made to the regulation and marking of construction products in the UK, as the NARM has explained here…
At the recent GGF Members’ Week, an expert panel from industry and politics gathered to debate the impact of Brexit on the glazing sector.
The Glass and Glazing Federation (GGF) has released its Annual Report 2020, reporting on the activity and performance of the Federation for the year ending 31 December 2019.
The GGF will use existing communication channels to ensure companies receive accurate and expert guidance, to help them cope with the Brexit Transition period.
2019 was a year of collapsing timber prices – the knock-on effects for this year are discussed here by Nigel Buckley-Ryan, UK Sales Director, Södra Wood Ltd.
Following a recent £50,000 grant from Government to help companies through Brexit, the Glass and Glazing Federation (GGF) Brexit Readiness Campaign is now well underway.
It was barely one hour into the FIT Show when Kevin Buckley, GGF Group Chief Executive, provided visitors to his opening seminar with some food for thought…
MRA Research, the specialist research division of MRA Marketing, asked building and home improvement product suppliers what they thought the impact of Brexit would be.
Waterloo Air Products plc has created a programme to strengthen its supply arrangements, to reduce any possible disruption as the UK plans to leave the EU.
Following the latest guidance from the UK Government and the EU, ROCKWOOL has confirmed that all its CE-marked products can continue to be sold legally in the UK and throughout the EU.