Posted 13th February

BMA welcomes Bathroom Brands as new member

13th February 2019 - 10:13am
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The Bathroom Manufacturers Association – BMA – has welcomed Bathroom Brands – which recently named Roger Cooper, pictured right, as its new chairman – as the latest company to join the organisation as a member.

“We are delighted to welcome Bathroom Brands to the BMA,” said BMA CEO Yvonne Orgill, left. “They have become one of the leading companies in the UK and this means all the major players are now members.

“BMA members now sell well over £1bn of bathroom products at manufacturers sales value, which means over 80% of the market is represented by the BMA.”

Cooper added: “As past chairman of the BMA I fully recognise the value that the BMA can bring, particularly in technical areas, and I believe we can bring additional strength to the organisation.

“We share the BMA’s commitment to compliance and look forward to working with them to advance change.”


Read more: BMA welcomes Jaquar as new member

 


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