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18th August 2017
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BMA boasts trio of new members
In just a few weeks three UK companies have joined the increasingly influential Bathroom Manufacturers Association. Easa Group, Heatrae Sadia, and Wallgate have become full members and all are committed to contributing to the aims and objectives of the association.
"A ripple of excitement always flows through the BMA's Keele offices when a new member joins the association," says Yvonne Orgill, the BMA's CEO. "But having three new members join within a matter of weeks was particularly satisfying. We are delighted to welcome them."
Easa Group (pictured), operating from its base in Co Armagh, Northern Ireland, is a leading manufacturer of accessible showering. The company specialises in creating 'Functional Inclusive Design' in its range of shower doors, trays, cubicles and accessories.
Heatrae Sadia is a market-leading electric heating and hot water products manufacturer specialising in domestic and commercial hot water, hygiene and drinking water solutions and renewable technology. Its factory and head office is based in Norwich.
Wallgate has over 40 years' experience in the design, manufacture and supply of anti-ligature sanitaryware for hospitals, prisons, and mental health hospitals. From its Salisbury headquarters, it trades through a network of partners across Europe, North America, Australasia, Asia and South Africa.
"Our association continues to grow, reflecting its position as the Voice of the Bathroom Industry," says Yvonne. "We now have well over 100 major bathroom brands in the association's portfolio.
"We know that all three of these new members will make a major contribution to the work of the BMA."
These latest signings are set to make the Bathroom and Kitchen Industry Business Conference on Tuesday 17th October 2017 at The Belfry, Sutton Coldfield, the most important yet, discussing how our industry can respond to the huge recent political and cultural changes.
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