RegaLead joins the GGF

Market leading supplier of decorative glass components to the window, door, glass processing and kitchen furniture industries worldwide, RegaLead, has become a member of the GGF.

Joint Managing Director, Darren Baker, was presented with the company’s Membership Certificate by Brian Baker, GGF President, at the recent Joint Meeting of the Conservatory Association and Window and Door Group in Solihull.Darren comments: “We are extremely pleased to be a member of the GGF. Obviously there are many benefits associated with membership such as advance warning of changing legislation and other industry developments, but it additionally offers further proof to our customers that RegaLead adheres to the stringent standards and consumer protections demanded by the industry body.

“The meeting on the 29th October, during which we received our Membership Certificate was really useful with the discussion of relevant topics and a great opportunity to share information and experiences with like-minded parties. We are excited to bring our own wealth of expertise in all things decorative for windows, doors and glass to the specialist group meetings.”

Brian Smith, Director of Home Improvement at the GGF adds: “This year has seen many well-known companies in the industry join the GGF and RegaLead is no exception. It was very pleasing to see them presented with their membership certificate before a packed audience at the recent joint GGF Window and Door Group and Conservatory Association meeting. We look forward to the valuable contribution of their expertise to the various GGF Groups which they will be attending.”

600450 RegaLead joins the GGF
Date: 25 November 2015

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