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BMF strikes membership deal with H&B

The Builders Merchants Federation has agreed group membership terms with the independnt builders merchant buying group H&B.
H&B represents 78 merchants across England, Scotland and Wales, 31 of which are existing BMF members. They will benefit from the new group terms along with H&B members who are not yet in BMF membership.

BMF managing director, John Newcomb said: “Our aim has always been to represent the whole building materials supply chain. With this arrangement in place, we now have group membership terms with all but one of the main buying groups, a great achievement.”

H&B Chairman, Peter Buttle, said: “Around 40% of H&B members are already benefitting from their involvement with the BMF and, as a past president, I am pleased that our whole buying group now has the opportunity to become more closely aligned. I will certainly encourage all H&B members to take advantage of the group scheme.”

Newcomb added: “Our recent Membership Survey found that 97% of members would recommend joining the BMF to colleagues in the industry. With their encouragement, I look forward to welcoming many more H&B companies to the BMF.”

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Fiona Russell-Horne
Group Managing Editor across the BMJ portfolio.

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