Memberships & Affiliations

Timbmet work with leading industry and trade bodies throughout the Timber industry. We are proud to support these organisations, to help promote the increased use of Timber in a responsible manner.

British Laminate Fabricators Association

http://www.blfa.co.uk/
The BLFA has been established for more than 50 years and is the only recognised trade association representing the laminate fabrication industry in the UK and promoting best working practice among specifiers and fabricators.

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Builders Merchants Federation

http://www.bmf.org.uk/
The BMF represents and protects the interests of Merchants and Suppliers to the merchanting industry, providing a range of services and training to assist members in running their businesses more efficiently, The BMF will act on individual members’ behalf in disputes and keeps members up to date on current business issues.

 BWFA

British Wood Flooring Association

http://www.bwfa.co.uk
BwfA brings together suppliers, installers, specifiers and customers in the creation of first class wood flooring. Their aim is to raise the standard of wood flooring through education and training.

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British Woodworking Federation

http://www.bwf.org.uk
The BMF represents and protects the interests of Merchants and Suppliers to the merchanting industry, providing a range of services and training to assist members in running their businesses more efficiently, The BMF will act on individual members’ behalf in disputes and keeps members up to date on current business issues.

 

Freight Transport Association

http://www.fta.co.uk/

The Freight Transport Association (FTA) is one of the UK’s largest trade associations and represents the transport interests of companies moving goods by road, rail, sea and air.

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National Association of Shopfitters

http://www.shopfitters.org/
NAS represents, promotes and is dedicated to service the needs of the shopfitting and interior contracting sector.

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Timber Decking and Cladding Association

http://www.tdca.org.uk
TDCA is an independent technical and advisory organisation focused on the promotion of quality materials, installation best practices and aftercare of timber decks, associated landscape structures and timber cladding.

 TTF

Timber Trade Federation

http://www.ttf.co.uk
The TTF is at the forefront of promoting timber as the world’s leading renewable, low carbon construction material. Representing all sectors of the timber industry in the UK, the TTF drives the growth of wood products and services through effective representation of the industry and promotion of its members at all levels. Benefits offered include advice on chain of custody, responsible procurement and supply chain management to the provision of market intelligence, business support and bespoke training.

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TRADA

http://www.trada.co.uk
TRADA (The Timber Research and Development Association) is an international membership organisation dedicated to inspiring and informing best practice design, specification and use of wood in the built environment and related fields.

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Wood Campus

http://www.woodcampus.co.uk
Wood Campus is the UK Timber Industry’s free information and CPD resource for anyone wanting to learn more about timber, whether professional or DIY. The initiative was developed in co-operation with the Timber Decking and Cladding Association, TRADA, Wood for Good and the Wood Window Alliance.

 

Wood for Good

http://www.woodforgood.com

Wood for Good is the UK’s wood promotion campaign. The Wood for Good campaign works on behalf of the whole timber industry in the UK. It aims to promote the suitability and sustainability of wood as a building material to the construction and logistics sectors and associated professionals such as architects and design engineers.

 WPA

Wood Protection Association

http://www.wood-protection.org/
The WPA is a technical and advisory organisation dedicated to improving the performance and value of wood as a sustainable construction material. Their aim is to guide specifiers and designers to make the right choices for wood on resistance to decay, insects and fire.

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Wood Window Alliance

http://www.woodwindowalliance.com
The Wood Window Alliance aims to set industry standards for high quality timber windows and doors, offer the reassurance of a quality benchmark for wood window and door performance, service life and sustainability, and; promote the advantages of timber and aluminium-clad timber windows and doors. It has commissioned academic studies on the use and specification of timber products, and their environmental and economic impacts to support their claims. The Wood Window Alliance is part of the BWF.