The trade association for UK based supplier of equipment and services to the rail industry worldwide.
The REC is the voice of the recruitment industry, speaking up for great recruiters. We drive standards and empower recruitment businesses to build better futures for their candidates and themselves. We are champions of an industry which is fundamental to the strength of the UK economy.
Find out more about the Recruitment & Employment Confederation at www.rec.uk.com
Representing the interests of nursing home owners, provides advice and guidance on all matters of health and social care.
Bringing together the biggest names in residential ventilation for the best practice advice when you need it.
The RoofCERT accreditation programme, managed by the NFRC and supported by the CITB, aims to transform the roofing industry.
SAFed is the trade association which represents the independent engineering inspection and certification industry in the UK.
Our aim is to represent and promote the UK smoke control industry.
Campaigning on members behalf in order to improve the environment surrounding the sale of beer ensuring beer is recognised as the safest and most responsibly consumed alcohol, to provide support in order to ensure quality improves and to enhance commercial opportunities for members and to become the voice of British beer.
The Society of Maritime Industries (SMI) is the voice of the UK's maritime engineering and business sector promoting and supporting companies which design, build, refit and modernise ships, and supply equipment and services for all types of commercial and naval ships, ports and terminals infrastructure, digital technology, maritime defence and security, marine science and technology, maritime autonomous systems and marine renewable energy.
The Stove Industry Alliance exists to promote and explain the benefits of wood-burning stoves and biomass appliances.
The SIA is an alliance of manufacturers, suppliers, distributors, independent retailers, advisory/test house bodies, sweep associations and other interested parties.
Representing swimming pool and allied trades across the UK, Ireland and overses.
Formerly the Combined Heat and Power Association, the Association for Decentralised Energy is the leading advocate of an integrated approach to delivering energy locally, designed around the needs of the user. As an industry leader, the ADE brings together interested parties from across the sector to develop a strong, dynamic and sustainable environment for combined heat and power, district heating and cooling technologies and demand side energy services.
To promote and develop the interests of the licensed bingo industry and to represent members' interests in contact with third parties.
We work closely with Government, public bodies and other organisations to develop safe and effective chimney and flue solutions.
In a nutshell, we're all about supporting UK garden businesses. We're proud to count 1,500 garden retailers, growers, manufacturers and landscapers in our members.
The ICA - or the International Cotton Association - is the world's leading international cotton trade association and arbitral body.
Representing offshore, marine and underwater engineering companies.
We foster and support codes of good practice, minimum standards for equipment, trained and qualified operatives and education, information and best practice in the work at height sector.
LEIA is the trade association and advisory body for the lift and escalator industry, formed in 1997 by the merging of two long-standing associations with a history dating back to 1932. With a membership covering some 85% of the lift and escalator industry, LEIA represents a single voice for the sector.
LEIA members supply passenger and goods/service lifts, stairlifts, homelifts, lifting platforms, escalators, passenger conveyors and a range of component parts for such products. LEIA members also undertake the maintenance of over 250,000 products falling within the scope of the Association.
To provide services of value to members and to promote the competitiveness of all concerned with manufacturing technologies, both in the UK and globally.
NAPIT is one of the leading Government approved and United Kingdom Accreditation Service (UKAS) accredited membership scheme operators in the building services and fabric sector. There are currently more than 10,000 NAPIT registered installers in the electrical, heating, plumbing, ventilation, microgeneration and building fabric trades across the UK domestic, commercial and industrial markets.
Salt has been a part of British manufacturing for hundreds of years and we hope that this will be the case in years to come.
Salt manufacturers employ hundreds of people all over the UK so it’s important that we continue to support this industry to preserve jobs and to help support our economy.
Approximately 2-3 million tonnes of salt a year are produced by UK-based producers that supply a range of industries from food manufacturing to pharmaceuticals.
The Salt Association is the trade association set up to represent these manufacturers and are fast becoming the leading voice within the industry.
A not-for profit orgnisation which has been founded to improve the understanding, safety and standards of scaffolding across the construction industry.
A UK association dedicated to the advancement of the tile industry.
Our role is promote best practice amongst our members, provide a forum for members for discussion, debate and continuing professional development and , to the wider audience such as engineers and architects, provide guidance on new methods and techniques and a list of suitably qualified and experienced companies.
Growing the use of wood through innovative representation and a suite of value added business services for our members.
Trade Association of British Umbrella Companies or for short TABUC was created with the main objective to ensure a compliant, level playing field in the industry for all.
Providing industry specific support and guidance to our members. Our focus will be on building trusting relationship with our members, recruitment agencies, end clients and the UK’s regulatory bodies promoting the use of compliant umbrella companies.
The leading association representing UK producers of washing powders and liquids, fabric conditioners, bar soaps, hand and machine dish wash, household disinfectants, air care and polishes and specialists cleaners for use in kitchens and bathrooms.
It promotes the interests of industry with: the UK government, parliament and national and international stakeholders.
We represent a diverse membership across the industry, and work in conjunction with our members to achieve the best business framework to promote growth.
The UK and Ireland Fuel Distributors Association (UKIFDA) is the trade association for the liquid fuels distribution industry and ancillary interests in the UK and the Republic of Ireland. It provides members with a collective voice for the industry at national level, services to assist members in optimising their business efficiencies including depot audits, certification schemes, tanker driver training. UKIFDA also promotes best practice in the industry.
UKWA is Britain’s leading trade organisation for the logistics sector, with over 700+ members.
Full members include warehousing and logistics providers as well as manufacturers, retailers and wholesalers.
Around 100 Associate members are suppliers of products and services to the logistics industry.
A not for profit association for third party utility intermediaries.
Utility Networks (UN) represents member companies operating across the gas distribution value chain, gas storage operators, meter manufacturers and metering services companies, data and smart systems providers, professional service organisations as well as consultancy group services.
A representative organisation giving voice to the industrial manufacturers in the UK and Ireland of wood chipboard, oriented strand board and medium density fibreboard with a particular focus on technical and environmental influences, supporting our members' processing activities and their products in the market.
The WWA was formed in 2007 to help individuals and organisations source timber windows and doors with confidence. We set the benchmark for performance, service life and sustainability.
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