The Glass and Glazing Federation is the Irish Glass and Glazing Industry’s main trade body representing many Members who manufacture, process, supply and install glass and glazing products.
Republic of Ireland Members
The GGF Members in the Republic of Ireland (ROI) cover the full range of products and services for the commercial and domestic services.
From glass manufacturing and Pyroguard’s fire resistant glazing systems through to glass processing from companies such as; Carey Glass for stunning façades, Diamond Glass for sealed double glazed units, Tipperary Glass for specialist processing, First Glass supplying and processing glass through to specialist glass suppliers such as Carlen Glass Merchants.
On the home improvement side, GGF Members in ROI are also prominent from environmentally friendly window and door companies such as McMahon and Nagle Environmental to Energlaze who offer energy solutions for the domestic sector from windows, doors and solar panels.
Glazing products and components for both the domestic and commercial sectors are offered by Thermoseal while a comprehensive range of windows, doors, conservatories and roofline are offered by Fairco.
With GGF Member companies and renowned industry brands such as; DGS, Nordan, Saint-Gobain, Pilkington, Guardian, AGC and REHAU, supplying the ROI market, a full spectrum of products and services can be found from GGF Members in the ROI.
To ensure they operate to the highest professional standards, GGF Members in ROI use the GGF’s technical library of guides and datasheets standards. The GGF also employs a Senior Technical Officer dedicated to helping Irish companies when technical issues arise.
You can find GGF Members in the Republic of Ireland by using the GGF Find a Member search directory. https://www.ggf.org.uk/members/
Once in the directory, just enter a postcode or city/town or area and you will be able to access company profiles and contact Ireland’s GGF Members directly.
GGF Members in the Republic of Ireland meet in or near Dublin or via video conference at least three times per year to discuss the issues affecting their business. The meetings are well attended with companies from different sectors and areas of Ireland coming to together to share and gain knowledge and insights.
Topics for discussion and debate include upcoming legislative and policy changes, industry standards and best practice, technical and health and safety matters as well as consumer and marketing issues.
The meetings aren’t all business, there is also time for pleasure and networking before and after meetings and at special Member events such as golf days and at exhibitions.