Twyford Bathrooms joins the BMF

Published:  28 October, 2014

Twyford Bathrooms is the latest supplier member to join the Builders Merchants Federation (BMF).

The manufacturer, who has built its reputation on the quality of its design, production values and the excellent service it provides to all of its customer groups, will be attending the BMF’s Plumbing & Heating Sector meeting in November and, next June, will attend the BMF All-Industry Conference for the first time, as a Platinum Sponsor.

Paul Stenning, national account manager, Twyford Bathrooms, said: “Twyford has a reputation for being a ‘people’ organisation and playing our part within the BMF, particularly through events such as the Plumbing & Heating meetings and the All-Industry Conference, is a natural fit for a company dedicated to building lasting relationships.”

John Newcomb, managing director of the BMF, added: “The BMF is committed to building the broadest cross section of merchants and suppliers serving the plumbing and heating sector. The fact that Twyford has recognised that aim and committed its support not just for our Plumbing & Heating Sector events, but also at next year’s All-Industry Conference is a ringing endorsement of the progress we have made. I am delighted to welcome Twyford into membership and look forward to working with them for many years to come.”

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