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The UK Trade Association representing manufacturers and sole importers of agricultural machinery and outdoor power equipment.
To provide a range of services and actions which assist member companies in optimising economic performance in a manner which is cost effective, legal, sustainable and acceptable to stakeholders. We will work in support of modern, sustainable, commercial agriculture.
ALA represents members on all issues of relevance to the agricultural lime industry.
The Airport Operators Association (AOA) is the trade association that represents UK airports and is the principal body with whom the UK government and regulatory authorities consult on airport matters. AOA is active in bringing member airports together to share expertise and develop common approaches across the full spectrum of airport issues. We work closely with our members, partners and other stakeholders to promote the continued successful development of UK airports and aviation.
To foster pro-actively the development of the whole of the professional convenience store sector, for the current and future benefit of retailers, wholesalers and suppliers.
The representative body for all companies with an interest in ductwork.
The AEMT is the Trade Association for all companies who supply, repair, or service, electrical & mechanical equipment. The Association is in the forefront of developing repair standards, efficiency programmes, and training courses, in partnership with Government agencies and a wide range of service and manufacturing industries.
The Association of Independent Celebrants (AOIC) is a Trade Association for professional Celebrants across the UK and overseas.
Our objective is to provide our Celebrants with the support and resources they need in order to create truly special ceremonies for every one of their clients. This includes offering a large number of membership benefits and assistance for newly trained Celebrants for as long as they feel they need it.
The AOIC maintains a prominent voice in the Celebrant Industry through its active membership of organisations such as the NAFD, SAIF, Dying Matters and the Child Funeral Charity, as well as through articles published in trade magazines and the mainstream media.
We are run by a committee made up of working Celebrants from all sides of the industry, so can truly call ourselves ‘The Voice of the Celebrant’.
Formerly known as PCG - The Voice of Freelancers, IPSE is the not-for-profit trade association that represents the interests of freelance consultants and contractors. Its aim is to secure proper recognition of them as a genuine and valuable sector of the economy, generating wealth and employment and providing industry with a flexible workforce.
The Association of Marine Scientific Industries (AMSI) supports companies in the marine science and technology sector and is also the focus for the oceanographic and marine environment interests of members of the Society of Maritime Industries. Companies and organisations in the marine science sector include manufacturers, researchers, and system suppliers
The Association of Professional Staffing Companies (APSCo) was formed to give all firms involved in the recruitment of professional talent that have a commitment to excellence, the specialist support and distinctive voice they need to be successful. It gives candidates and employers a trusted badge of quality whilst providing member firms with an innovative range of services designed for them by recruitment experts.
These services, combined with its growing international profile, commitment to Corporate Social Responsibility and opportunities for professional networking give APSCo members a unique opportunity to develop their businesses and gain competitive advantage.
A professional association representing recruitment consultancies across all sectors.
The ABPI is the voice of the innovative pharmaceutical industry, working with Government, regulators and other stakeholders to promote a receptive environment for a strong and progressive industry in the UK, capable of providing the best medicines to patients.
The BCMPA, established in 2000, is respected throughout the UK and internationally as the go-to destination for brand owners, retailers, manufacturers and e-commerce fulfilment companies looking for outsourcing partners.
Sectors served include: Food, Drink, Nutraceuticals, Beauty, Personal Care, Pharmaceutical, Medical, Chemical, DIY, Household, Automotive, White Label & Private Label and more…
The BMA represents the interests of 87% of the major bathroom manufacturers. The BMA looks after the interests of bathroom manufacturers at all levels and offers a comprehensive range of services more effectively than individual companies can provide for themselves.
The BioIndustry Association exists to encourage and promote a thriving, financially sound sector of the UK economy built upon developments across the biosciences to create economic growth, employment and an expanding skills base.The majority of our members are involved in realising the human health benefits that bioscience promises.
Represents the UK and Ireland's clay brick and paver industries.
BASA supports its members by representing and promoting the adhesives & sealants industry, offering guidance on technical and compliance issues, providing networking opportunities for members and providing members with support services.
Represents all sectors involved in the supply and manufacture of aerosol products.
The British Allied Trades Federation (BATF) is a long established trade body representing the interests of firms working within one of the most exciting and vibrant sectors of British industry.
The largest association in the gaming arena and the only association representing the amusement industry.
The British Association for Chemical Specialities (BACS) is a trade association representing and promoting the interests of manufacturers, formulators, end-users and service providers operating in the speciality and performance chemicals sector of the chemical supply chain.
The British Association of Removers is dedicated to promoting professional excellence in the Removals Industry. BAR is the recognised voice of the professional moving industry. It is at the forefront of developing and maintaining professional standards and services for the benefit of its members and their customers.
The BBSA is the only national trade association for companies that manufacture, supply and install interior and exterior blinds, awnings, security grilles and shutters and associated motor and control systems.
BCECA is the trade association representing the principal companies in the UK that provide engineering, procurement, construction and project management services to the process industries.
The sole Trade Association representing the UK paint, printing ink, powder coatings and wallcoverings manufacturers
The British Coffee Association (BCA) is the representative organisation for the coffee industry and the voice of UK coffee.
Members’ views and concerns are the drivers behind the work we do. We actively encourage members to influence the direction and policy of the BCA to ensure we continue to steer government legislation and promote a balanced view of coffee amongst consumers and policy makers to secure the future of your business and our industry.
The BCA operates at all time under the Competition Law Compliance Rules for Food and Drink Federation Members.
The British Compressed Air Society was founded in 1930 at the instigation of the British Government. It is the only UK Technical Trade Association open to manufacturers, distributors and end users of compressed air products, portable air compressors and services.
The British Compressed Gases Association (BCGA) was established in 1971, having previously existed as the British Acetylene Manufacturers Association, which was originally formed in 1901. BCGA is a not-for-profit trade association, representing the interests of 70+ member companies, which we do through dialogue with relevant Government Departments and Agencies, Standards Organisations and other Trade Associations.
BCSA is the national organisation for the steel construction industry: its Member companies undertake the design, fabrication and erection of steelwork for all forms of construction in building and civil engineering. Associate Members are those principal companies involved in the direct supply to all or some Members of components, materials or products. Corporate Members are clients, professional offices, educational establishments etc which support the development of national specifications, certification, fabrication and erection techniques, overall industry efficiency and good practice.
The BDIA represents and supports manufacturers and suppliers of dental products, services and technologies, to the benefit of members, the dental profession and the public.
BESA is a trade association. We work on behalf of our members to support UK-based companies that supply goods and services to the education sector. We lobby Government and decision-makers on policy issues, provide information, training and advice to our members and arrange and promote marketing opportunities and exhibitions for BESA members in the UK and internationally.
The BFA is dedicated to support the floral industry from root to tip. We work on projects that benefit the whole industry and bring us closer together. Our aim is to build a stronger unity within the industry with a powerful voice. Our core values are to have Honesty, Trust, Integrity and Passion at the forefront of all our actions.
BFPA was formed in 1959, formerly known as AHEM, to promote the techincal, trade and commercial interests of British Manufacturers and Suppliers of Hydraulic and Pneumatic equipment.
One of the bfa's main roles is to help potential franchisees recognise the good franchises and the not-so-good, as well as to help businesses involved in franchising to secure their own position amongst the "good".
British Furniture Manufacturers (BFM) is a trade association that has represented the interests of the British furniture industry for more than 60 years. We are run by members for members and the wider industry. Membership is open to manufacturing companies in all sectors including upholstery, cabinet, bathroom, kitchen, office, mattress & beds.
The British Healthcare Trades Association (BHTA) is the UK's oldest and largest healthcare association, founded in 1917.
The British Holiday & Home Parks Association is the only organisation established exclusively to serve and represent the interests of the British parks industry. Membership is made up of the owners and managers of park home estates, touring and tenting parks, caravan holiday home parks, chalet parks and all types of self-catering accommodation.
The British Home Enhancement Trade Association, generally known as BHETA, is the leading trade association for manufacturers, suppliers and distributors in the DIY, Housewares, Garden and Home Improvement markets.
The British In Vitro Diagnostics Association represents the IVD Industry in the UK, to Government, professional bodies, the public, and at the European Diagnostic Manufacturers Association.
The British Jewellers’ Association is the national trade association which promotes and protects the growth and prosperity of UK jewellery and silverware suppliers. With over 1000 member companies, BJA represents manufacturers, bullion suppliers, casting houses, diamond and gem dealers, designer jewellers, silversmiths, craftsmen and women, equipment suppliers, wholesalers, galleries, internet retailers and traders.
The British Lime Association (BLA) represents the interests of four Member companiesresponsible for producing more than 75% of the industrial lime sold in the UK (circa 1.2 million tonnes) for use in a wide variety of diverse downstream applications. The BLA is one of the constituent bodies of the Mineral Products Association.
The British Marine Aggregate Producers Association (BMAPA) is the trade body for an industry that contributes some 6.4 per cent of the construction aggregates consumed in Britain.
The British Marine Equipment Association (BMEA) promotes the interests of member companies which are suppliers of marine equipment and marine services to all types of merchant ships and craft, including cargo vessels, container ships, tankers, bulkers, etc.
The British Metals Recycling Association is the trade association representing the £5.6 billion UK metal recycling sector - a globally competitive industry supplying environmentally-friendly raw material to metals manufacturers.
Dedicated to the needs of the British Naval and Maritime Defence Industrial sector. Services companies which build, refit, and modernise warships, supply weapons and sensor systems and other naval equipment.
The BOSS Federation is the trade association which serves the UK office supplies and services industry by providing a range of initiatives, cost saving benefits and services, to enhance the business performance of its members.
The British Pest Control Association is the trade body representing the public health pest control sector. We're a not for profit organisation with 500+ members, representing over 7,000 individuals.
Established in 1933 the British Plastics Federation is the most powerful voice in the UK plastic industry with over 400 members across the plastics industry supply chain, includingpolymer producers and suppliers, additive manufacturers, recyclers, services providers, end users, plastics processors and machinery manufacturers.