Major manufacturers support APHC free seminar event

APHC Ltd.

Ten major industry manufacturers including Worcester Bosch, Plumb Center  Parts Center, Baxi, Bristan, Vokera, Valor, Robinson and Wiley, Plumbing Pensions, Hyco Manufacturing, Wavin Plastics, Testo and Polypipe have pledged their support for the APHC Ltd free seminar event.
The free seminar event will feature three informative and enlightening seminar topics covering the -introduction of a Business Quality Management System, changes to Building Regulations Parts G & L and changes to the Water Regulations Scheme. Speakers at the event include Graeme Dryden – APHC, Martyn Bridges – Worcester Bosch and Phill Mills – WRAS.
Esther Harries, APHC Ltd. Commercial Manager said,
“We are delighted with the response from our supplier partners in taking part in the event, it seems we have struck a chord with many manufacturers with the small seminar / exhibition format. Following research last year with our installer members and feedback from our supplier members, it seems there is a growing appetite for smaller more targeted events for installers and manufacturers alike, bringing major benefits to both parties. Our event gives manufacturers a fantastic opportunity to meet and discuss new products and services with installers who may not have the time to visit the larger national shows.”
Julie McLean, Head of Marketing at Plumb and Parts Centre said: “This is a great opportunity for us to meet with key suppliers and installers in a more informal setting. We welcome every opportunity we can to speak to our customers about their needs. We’re also delighted this seminar focuses on training. Our industry is changing rapidly and we work closely with our training partner Sevenoaks Energy Academy to ensure our courses are relevant and affordable,”
David Cook, Baxi Sales Director, said:
“We are delighted to support this event and believe that the smaller, more personal format will be of great benefit to installers.  It is important to encourage them to keep up to date with the latest regulations and legislation, as well has finding out about the latest products and services available to them from manufacturers.  From our point of view, this event is a great opportunity for us to talk to the installers working ‘at the coal face’ and to hear first-hand what it is like for them in the market place.”
For more details on the seminar or to book a place please contact Charlotte Murray on Marketing@aphc.co.uk or telephone 0121 711 5030.