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10.12.2019, 16:42

Flying a Brand New Flag for Britain

Industry & Regulatory News, Furnishing & Decor, United Kingdom

Trade body, British Furniture Manufacturers (BFM), has implemented a bold new look to help buyers identify products made by its members.

 

Featuring the red, white and blue colours of the Union Jack, the new branding has been developed to capture the quality, safety, comfort and professionalism associated with British-made goods.

 

BFM has represented the interests of Britain’s furniture industry for over 65 years, with its members catering for a wide range of environments in both the public and private sectors.

 

Nick Garratt, managing director, says:

"Our approved members are proud to say their products are made in Britain.

 

"As an association, we are stronger together. In the challenging times we face ahead, it has never been more important for our industry to come together and display the array of talent we have across the nation to the contract sector."

 

 

 

Specifiers seeking to source products that are made in Britain can visit BFM's member directory at www.bfm.org.uk.

 

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