Glassex-GP&T Moves Into Emap Construct

Following the sale of Emap Maclaren’s polymers portfolio to US-based Crain Communications, the remainder of the Emap Maclaren business is moving to London to become part of Emap Construct at Greater London House, Hampstead Road, London NW1 7EJ.

Bringing together all Emap’s construction-related magazines, exhibitions, events and online businesses together under one roof for the first time is intended to create a focused, well-resourced and well-positioned business primed for growth. The merger creates a £46m turn-over company equipped with real strength and resource to face the challenges of the 21st century.

Emap Construct is headed by MD, Ben Greenish and Glassex-GP&T continues to be led by Commercial Director, Steve Crowhurst and Sales Director, Dave Broxton. Commenting on the merger Ben Greenish said, “These synergies give real strength when brought together and pave the way for a positive and exciting future for Emap Construct”.

600450 Glassex-GP&T Moves Into Emap Construct
Date: 28 September 2007

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