GGF Supports Edgetech’s Triple Glazing Debate

The Glass and Glazing Federation is pleased to support GGF Member, Edgetech UK in an exciting new event that invites companies across all sectors of the industry to have their say on triple glazing.

The more we talk about triple glazing, the more questions are asked about the implications for the industry,” says Andy Jones, managing director of Edgetech UK. “To decide what’s right for individual companies it’s important to have a platform to get to grips with the relevant issues.That’s why Edgetech UK is hosting The Triple Glazing Question, A Quanex Building Products seminar, supported by an impressive group of companies, key stakeholders including the GGF the leading trade body and press partners.”

As well as the debate on Thursday 10 April 2014 at the Ricoh Arena in Coventry, there’s a discussion website www.tripleglazingq.co.uk. Between now and then there will be polls running in the press, on the website, Facebook and Twitter to gauge the mood of the industry. All the results will be made public.

The in-depth discussion will cover a broad range of views, to gain a real understanding of some of the issues facing the industry and individual businesses. Andy adds: “We’re looking for a lively debate and that’s why The Triple Glazing Question is open to everyone.”

Nigel Rees, GGF Group Chief Executive commented, “The Federation is delighted that a GGF Member is holding an event designed to seriously address one of the industry’s most topical issues. The GGF will not only be promoting this event but we will also be lending our support by offering relevant technical, political and health and safety knowledge where necessary. It promises to be a very healthy and productive debate.”

To order your tickets for The Triple Glazing Question simply log onto www.tripleglazingq.co.uk  and book your free place at the Ricoh Arena, Coventry on 10 April.

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