Baxi Commits to Industry Collaboration with BMF Membership

Baxi has underlined its commitment to cross-industry collaboration by becoming a member of the Builders Merchants Federation (BMF).

The leading heating and hot water specialist will use its BMF membership to continue to lead the transition to cleaner, low-carbon solutions by strengthening relationships with other key suppliers and collaborating on industry issues.

Baxi’s strong research and development platform and the financial strength of BDR Thermea Group means the organisation is able to stay at the cutting edge of innovation. The quality of Baxi’s energy efficient heating solutions is matched by its award-winning customer support and industry-leading hands-on training, both of which make working with Baxi as easy as possible.

As founding members of the Construction Inclusion Coalition, the two organisations are also building on their shared commitment to diversity, equity and inclusion across the construction and heating sectors. Attracting a more diverse talent pool into the industry will be key to acquiring the skills needed to deliver net zero. Through its BMF membership, Baxi hopes to reinforce this commitment through further collaboration that will drive positive action for equality.

Jeff House, External Affairs & Policy Director at Baxi, said: “As the heating industry continues to play such a pivotal role in into the transition to a zero-carbon future collaboration across the breadth of our supply chain will be crucial. The BMF provides us with the perfect platform from which we can work with other suppliers and merchants towards the same common goals.

“We recognise the important role our merchant partners play and hope our BMF membership maximises the value both Baxi and the other suppliers we work with can bring to the full breadth of the supply chain.”

Jeff will be launching the business’s membership by speaking at the BMF’s Plumbing & Heating Forum, which will be held at InstallerSHOW 2024, at the NEC in Birmingham.

John Newcomb, chief executive officer at the BMF added: “We are delighted to welcome Baxi into membership. Improving sustainability and meeting government targets on zero carbon are major challenges for building materials industry, and the BMF is playing a leading role in facilitating supply chain collaboration to accelerate the transition to a more sustainable future. As one of the UK’s leading heating and hot water solutions providers, Baxi has an important role to play in achieving these objectives, and I look forward to working with them.”

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