The Glass and Glazing Federation Welcomes New President

The GGF’s Presidency changed on 1st January 2014 with Brian Baker of Glassolutions Saint Gobain taking over from Mark Warren of Lister Trade Frames whose two year tenure ended in December.

Nigel Rees, GGF Group Chief Executive said “I warmly welcome Brian as new GGF President and thank Mark for all his sterling work during his presidency.It is pleasing that both Brian and Mark as immediate Past President, will continue working together on many areas of the Federation.”

On taking up his new role, Brian commented, “I am delighted to take over the role of President of the Federation. Mark Warren has overseen some fundamental changes in the structure and operations of the GGF following the Strategy Review, and I hope to be able to build on both his and the GGF’s success. Having been a member of the GGF Board for the past 5 years, I look forward to helping the GGF and its subsidiaries work towards achieving their short and long-term objectives.”

Immediate Past President, Mark Warren remains on the GGF Board for the next 12 months to ensure continuity within the Federation’s hierarchy and offers some encouraging words for his successor “Having worked with Brian for a few years, I welcome his appointment as President. I have no doubt he is up to the challenges ahead both in the GGF and in the industry.”

The GGF President’s Inaugural Reception

In celebration of the appointment of Brian Baker as the new GGF President, all Members are invited to the GGF President’s Inaugural Reception on Thursday 27th February at 3pm at the GGF Offices.

At the Reception, GGF Members, Staff and members of the media can welcome the new President and network over a few drinks. If you wish to attend, please email or call the GGF Marketing Team on 020 7939 9101.

We look forward to seeing you at this unique Members event.

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