GGF welcomes 4 new members

The Glass and Glazing Federation (GGF) welcomed four companies into Membership at the Joint Conservatory Association and Window and Door Group Meeting at Solihull on 29th October.

The new Members are:AluK - is a leader in the design and manufacture of aluminium window, door and curtain walling systems based in Newport, Wales.Rodda and Hocking - Rodda and Hocking are leading suppliers and installers of windows, doors, conservatories and orangeries in Cornwall and throughout the south west.Regalead - from Manchester, Regalead is a market leader in decorative glass components and supplies to the window, door, glass processing and kitchen furniture industries worldwide.Profine UK - Profine UK, a member of the international Profine Group, is a Lichfield-based company that produces PVC profiles for windows and residential doors, shutter systems and PVC sheets under the Kommerling brand.Brian McDonald, Commercial Manager at Profine UK, commented: “We are pleased to join the GGF as it is the voice of the glass and glazing industry in the UK.The Profine Group look forward to working with the organisation to the benefit of the fenestration industry.”

The GGF’s Director of Home Improvement, Brian Smith, extended a warm welcome to the new Members, commenting:

“More and more companies are joining the GGF because of our experience, credibility and unrivalled technical expertise, and we are delighted to welcome AluK, Rodda and Hocking, Regalead and Profine UK into Membership”

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Date: 13 November 2015

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