The bpma represents suppliers and distributors within the promotional merchandise industry. With around 600 members this represents around £300m. The bpma has an excellent sourcing facility for buyers of merchandise allowing them to receive upto 3 quotes from professionally accredited members
The British Pump Manufacturers' Association (BPMA) is a trade association representing the interests of UK suppliers of liquid pumps and pumping equipment.
BRMCA represents the interests of UK ready-mixed concrete producers and is part of the Mineral Products Association.
The British Refrigeration Association (B.R.A.) is the only trade association representing manufacturers, importers, wholesalers, distributors, contractors, specifiers and end-users of refrigeration plant, equipment and components.
The British Security Industry Association (BSIA) is the trade association for the professional security industry in the UK. Our members are responsible for more than 70% of privately provided UK security products and services (by turnover) including the manufacture, distribution and installation of electronic and physical security equipment and the provision of security guarding and consultancy services.
The BSIA has led the way for over 50 years in the shaping of the private security industry. Our members are industry professionals ranging in size from global companies to small and medium enterprises, offering quality products and services to a vast spectrum of end-users.
It’s our mission to be the voice of the private security industry, supporting members and encouraging excellence, while educating the marketplace on the value of quality and professional security, and creating an atmosphere in which our members can flourish.
The BSPF brings together in one organisation the UK bodies representing contractors, manufacturers, distributors and retailers of swimming pools, spas, hot tubs, saunas, steam rooms and associated equipment.
To promote best practice and excellence in all aspects of product design, toy safety, ethical manufacturing, environmental issues and responsible marketing and by so doing protect and promote the interests of our members
Established in 1939, the British Valve and Actuator Association represents the interests of over 170 British companies which are responsible for over £1billion sales each year.
The British Woodworking Federation is the trade association for the woodworking and joinery manufacturing industry in the UK. It has over 600 members drawn from manufacturers, distributors and installers of timber doors, windows, conservatories, staircases, furniture, all forms of architectural joinery including shopfitting, timber frame buildings and engineered timber components, as well as suppliers to the industry.
The Builders Merchants Federation is the only organisation that represents and protects the interests of Merchants and Suppliers to the merchanting industry
The BCIA is a single voice representing the controls and BEMS industry.
Lobbies and liaises with government.
Enables member companies to discuss shared interests.
Provides unique market trends and sales data for members.
Offers a credibility of membership for companies large and small.
CEDIA, the Custom Electronic Design and Installation Association, is the international trade organisation for the home technology industry with over 3,500 member companies worldwide. Built upon a strong volunteer foundation, CEDIA provides access to industry-leading education, certification, research and raises consumer awareness.
CTA is the largest Trade Association in the fenestration sector.
We aim to be the inclusive hub for installers with key aims to:
The Catering Equipment Suppliers Association (CESA) represents over 160 companies who supply commercial catering equipment - from utensils to full kitchen schemes.
CBA is the voice of the UK chemical supply chain. It represents a wide range of businesses – from distributors and traders to manufacturers and blenders as well as logistics and service providers. The majority of CBA members are small or medium-sized enterprises.
The Chemical Industries Association (CIA) is the organisation that represents chemical and pharmaceutical businesses throughout the UK. We represent all sizes of chemical and pharmaceutical businesses and approximately 70% of our members are overseas headquartered.
The Chilled Beam and Ceiling Association (formerly the Chilled Ceiling Association), has been formed by leading companies within the building industry. The objective of the Association is to promote the use of Chilled Beams and Chilled Ceilings, and encourage best practice in their development and application.
CFA was formed in 1989 to establish, continuously improve and promote best hygienic practice standards in the production of retailed chilled prepared food. CFA represents many of the leading names in UK chilled prepared food production, predominantly supplying the retail trade
We are dedicated to helping our cities restart during and after COVID-19. Our objective is to provide business and civic leaders with a safe platform in which to discuss, debate, decide and design how we can safely and sustainably rebuild urban societies.
Representing the interests of all sectors of the temperature controlled storage and distribution industry.
CBM is the leading trade association for all UK manufacturers of fasteners, forgings, pressings and fabrications, offering both business support and representation at the highest level for the metalforming industry.
Confederation of Paper Industries (CPI) is the leading organisation working on behalf of the UK's Paper-based Industries.
The UK plant hire industry is the best established and most professional in the world, and is worth over £4 billion to the UK economy. The Construction Plant-hire Association (CPA) is the leading trade association for this sector in the UK and CPA Members supply 85% of hired plant to the construction industry.
Established for 75 years, the CPA has over 1,600 members, with premises in the City of London, and a permanent staff of experienced employees. The Association is governed by a Council of Members, who represent of plant-hire companies of all types and sizes throughout the country.
Representing all types of companies involved in making, supplying and selling cosmetic and personal care products, the Cosmetic, Toiletry and Perfumery Association Ltd. (CTPA) acts as the voice of the UK industry.
Formally the National Association for Master Bakers, The CBA was formed in in 1887 by Thomas Fletcher who joined forces with like minded bakers in the Birmingham area to share information and ideas to ensure that individual bakeries were as successful as possible.
The DCBN - Domestic Cleaning Business Network, a non profit trade association set up to represent the domestic cleaning industry, raise the profile and industry standards and to celebrate and support those running businesses and working in domestic cleaning throughout the UK.
We are the only trade association exclusively representing the UK domestic cleaning industry.
The UK domestic cleaning industry is wholly unregulated and widely populated by people working illegally who offer their services cash-in-hand. However, more and more honest, legal, and insured cleaning companies are emerging, and the DCA is here to recognise this.
As part of the British Cleaning Council, we support the legitimate cleaning company owners in their quest to run their service to the best of their ability.
We are The European Flexographic Industry Association - EFIA - the trade association for the Flexographic industry headquartered in the U.K.
We represent the entire flexo supply chain from designer to printer and industry suppliers through to brand owners and retailers.
Representing the interests of contractors who design, install, inspect, tets and maintain electrical and electronic equipment and services.
Founded in 1905, the Energy and Utilities Alliance (EUA) is a not-for-profit trade association that provides a leading industry voice to help shape the future policy direction within the energy sector.
EAMA is a pro-active alliance that promotes the machinery and manufacturing supply chain, and the work of trade associations. Its current priorities relate to improving performance in five areas: skills (at all levels); innovation; productivity; exporting; and political and public understanding of the true impact of UK manufacturing.
EAMA represents the sector to government, including the departments for business, international trade and HM Treasury, the banking sector and other stakeholders. It is a member of Orgalim, the European federation for technology industries.
EAMA's members are independent trade associations, doing outstanding work for their sectors.
The Entertainment Retailers Association is a UK trade organisation formed specifically to act as a forum for the physical and digital retail and wholesale sectors of the music, video and videogames industries.
The Federation of (Ophthalmic and Dispensing) Opticians Ireland represents eye care providers and registered opticians in business in the Republic of Ireland.
Our aim is to achieve eye health for all, delivered through world-class services, provided by regulated community-based professionals operating in a competitive environment.
Helping to find approved Tradesmen.
Dedicated to professional exellence in fan engineering.
Representing the major product manufacturers, specialist contractors and surface preparation companies, raw material suppliers and specialist service providers within the UK Resin Flooring Industry.
The Federation of Bakers represents the interests of the UK’s largest baking companies who manufacture sliced and wrapped bread, bakery snacks and other bread products. It is a £3.5 billion industry at retail sales value employing 20,000 people supplying the majority of the nation’s bread.
FCS represents companies who deliver professional communications solutions to business and public sector customers in the UK.
FETA is the recognised UK body representing the interests of over 400 manufacturers, suppliers, installers and contractors within the heating, ventilating, building controls, refrigeration & air conditioning industry to policy makers and the wider public.
Protecting the interests of small and medium size building firms against unnecessary or bureaucratic regulation.
We are the member organisation for UK wholesalers operating in the grocery and foodservice markets supplying independent retailers and caterers.
The Finance & Leasing Association is the UK’s leading trade body for asset finance, consumer finance and motor finance sectors. Our members include banks and their subsidiaries, the finance arms of major retailers and manufacturers, and a range of independent firms. FLA’S mission is to promote an innovative, responsible and proportionately regulated market place, and to deliver value to members by helping them reap its benefits.
Installation and manufacture and supply of materials used for partitioning, suspended ceilings and other elements of interior fitouts.
The FSA operates as a specialist group within the ECA and in partnership with SELECT (The Scottish Electrical Contractors Association) offering national representation and the highest level of expertise for those who design, install, commission, maintain and monitor fire, emergency and security systems.
The BWF Fire Door Alliance is a leading authority on fire door safety.
The BWF Fire Door Alliance scheme is operated and managed by the British Woodworking Federation (BWF). It is an evolution of the BWF CERTIFIRE Fire Door and Doorset scheme which was established in 1997 by the BWF with the support of a group of Fire Door Manufacturers, with an aim to improve both the standard of and knowledge on fire doors. The scheme brings the membership management, lobbying and promotion of the technical skills of the BWF to support the promotion of third-party certification.
Membership of the BWF Fire Door Alliance is open only to companies, who hold third party certificated by a UKAS approved certifying bodies such as Warrington Fire (WF) Certifire or BM TRADA Q-Mark schemes. The schemes vision is that every fire door or fire doorset sold in the UK meets required standards throughout its service life.
The Flexible Space Association is a not-for-profit trade association representing the needs of operators, suppliers and customers of business centres, coworking, serviced offices and managed workspace.
To promote and represent the interests of its members and to further the successful development of the Instrumentation, control and automation and laboratory technology industry.
Galvanizers Association (GA) has provided authoritative information and advice on hot dip galvanizing to users and potential users since it was first established in 1949.
We are the representational body for the hot dip galvanizing industry in the UK and the Republic of Ireland. For many years, our advice and information has been used to educate and inform professionals within the construction industry. Hot dip galvanizing makes a vital contribution to the sustainable growth of the economy, protecting the huge investment provided by industry across a wide range of sectors year-on-year.
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