EGGER to showcase product innovations at NHBC Building for Tomorrow 2014

Published:  17 February, 2014

Wood-based panel producer EGGER UK is taking part in Building for Tomorrow, the popular National House-Building Council conference series for the third year running.

The events run from 27 February to 3 April at venues throughout the UK. The format is a series of one-day seminars focusing on a variety of building industry topics with an accompanying exhibition.

EGGER UK marketing co-ordinator Kathryn Burton said: “We will be exhibiting at all nine events, showcasing key product developments – including our new Advanced Structural Flooring System, which comes with a lifetime guarantee along with advances to EGGER Peel Clean Xtra, Decorative Protect Loft Panels and OSB.

“It’s also a great opportunity to catch up with your local EGGER sales manager and network with fellow industry professionals in your area.”

Below are the dates for your diary:

  • Thursday 27 February: Shendish Manor, Hemel Hempstead
  • Thursday 6 March: Wetherby Racecourse, Wetherby
  • Tuesday 11 March: Thistle Haydock Hotel, Haydock
  • Thursday 13 March: Cambridge Belfry, Cambourne
  • Tuesday 18 March: National Motorcycle Museum, Birmingham
  • Thursday 20 March: Westerwood Hotel, Cumbernauld, Scotland
  • Tuesday 25 March: The Hilton, Swindon
  • Thursday 27 March: Hilton Templepatrick, Belfast
  • Thursday 3 April: Sandown Park Racecourse, Esher.

For further information, visit the website.

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