Rutland London, an English manufacturer of luxury brassware, has joined the Bathroom Manufacturers Association (BMA). The family-owned business based on the South Coast of England has an established reputation for manufacturing high-quality bathroom brassware including heated towel rails, shower enclosures and vanity suites amongst other bathroom products.
BMA chief executive, Tom Reynolds, said: “We are very pleased to welcome Rutland London into membership. This growing company is testament to the success of our sector and the increasing market for quality products.”
Now with more than 50 members, which represents an increase of more than 10% in the last 12 months, the Bathroom Manufacturers Association says that it is keenly focussed on addressing sustainability issues and product compliance, while guiding members through the ongoing Brexit transition.
Reynolds added: “Bathroom manufacturers across our membership are very aware of the part we play in the UK’s environmental ambitions, continuously innovating and researching the bathrooms of the future. Quality manufacturers also care about product compliance, and this is a message we are taking to Government so that we can get better market surveillance.”
Gordon Riddoch, MD of Rutland London, added: “Membership of the BMA reflects Rutland London’s ongoing commitment to deliver compliant products of the highest quality to end-users. Furthermore, we very much forward to working with the BMA and industry partners to improve the wider understanding of compliance matters within the luxury KBB sector.”