GGF_Annual Report reflects celebration and change

GGF celebrate its 40th anniversary
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The Glass and Glazing Federation has released its Annual Report 2018 reporting on the activity and performance of the Federation for the year ending 31st December 2017.

The report highlights a landmark year that saw the GGF celebrate its 40th anniversary but it was also a period of change with the GGF putting together a new structure and long term plans for the future.

The increased support for consumer facing members as well as the outstanding technical, marketing and political work the Federation carried out in 2017 was highlighted, whilst the accounts section showed once again the considerable financial stability of the organisation.

GGF President John Agnew at GGF Members Day 2018

“I thank all connected to the Federation who made 2017 so remarkable – it was a year of celebration but also one of transition.

With our plans firmly in place, we now look to achieving greater things in the future for the benefit of our Members.”

GGF President John Agnew

Kevin Buckley, GGF Group Chief Executive added, “2017 was certainly a year to remember.  We reflected on our past achievements and developed our plans to exceed them, to ensure the Federation remains valuable to its Members by remaining the leading trade body for the Glass and Glazing industry.”

 Annual Report 2018 

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